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A second very picturesque journey from Periyar to Munnar by car with Sanj driving most of it on the wrong side of the road. The last stop in our trip was to the tea plantation town of Munnar. Dave loves a good brew and was looking forward to this a lot. We stayed about 10km outside of Munnar and the room had a good view over the plantations. Wanting to experience a bit of culture we went to a local traditional dance with a couple ...
Although the two towns basically sit on the same hill, Munnar is in the next state across to the west,Kerala, and is actually only 35 km away from Kodaikanal as the crow flies. But to get there we had to go all the way down the mountain and then back up it again making for a 5 hour journey from hell. The road up the mountain was particularly scary as the roads were narrow (really only wide enough for 1 car in places ) and bent tightly around the mountain ...
... we'd paid Bernard the butthead and he needed to call him. Buttface Bernard has the nerve to then get on the phone to me to confirm what we'd pay for - the 'organised' trip, you greedy man. Somehow Mr homestay sorted it out with Mr butt and we left. We hope they got paid! We were supposed to do a trek that day according to the (nonexistent) plan, but as our driver had no clue what we were supposed to be doing he just drove us back to ...
... to say about it, most probably because he had a man masseus haha!). At the top of the hill our tuktuk driver was taking snaps of the beautiful sunset so we admired that as it set over the valley and then on the way home our tuktuk driver explained he was an avid photoshop fan and edited photos for his wife to make her look skinnier. There you go not just a pretty face/pretty tuktuk driver. We returned home and chilled out and Michael spent a good 30 minutes trying to wash the oil off ...
... served us tasty tea and bananas.
Sandhosh put his sickle to good use cutting through a particularly overgrown section of the trail, then carving up fresh sugar cane at our last stop.
Our final morning at Green Shades began with egg curry, dosa (gummy crepes) and one last pot of cardamom tea from the plantation. We loaded up on tea and cardamom, then Mr. George dropped us off at the bus station. We had a light lunch and left ...