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... sloped hills. From there our guide, Ganesh, led us past a run down mountain resort and we begun our trek. The terrain alternated between exposed granite and grasslands. Finding secure footholds was not difficult and we stayed away from the cliff edge that ran down the right. The challenge lay in the constant verticality. Within minutes our jackets and jumpers had been stripped away and we were sweating despite the chill morning. Breathing was laboured in ...
... we needed after 5 long weeks of India: enjoyable, tough, occasionally grinding, incomprehensible, dirty, smelly, hyperactive, caccophonous, funny, ridiculous, memorable. Some lush, quiet, beautifully scenic mountains, hills, valleys and forests has been a wonderful fillip. And I've enjoyed not spending the whole time sweating buckets too. More like an English summer, which I think we'll appreciate all the more now when we get home.
Martin & Lyndsey
... of **** on the bus.
Although the conductor told us (several times!) that the bus was direct it was no great surprise when, two hours into the journey we pulled into a bus station and were told to change buses. This was an Indian bus; it was direct, via somewhere else!
Finally we arrived in Munnar and with no accommodation booked, took a tuk-tuk to a place recommended in our guidebook.
A regular stunt pulled by tuk-tuk drivers is to ask ...
... in the early morning light. The cottage on top of the tea hill is a Managers Bungalow. Most of these heritage stone bungalows were built during the British time. Some of the estates offer their bungalows on rent though at ...
... running with full lights. I loved driving in those conditions. Clicked few pics in the viewpoint and proceeded towards BisonValley.
BisonValley road from the viewpoint is a steep downhill and the road conditions and visibility deteriorated going further. But still we proceeded till we found its safe for us and the vehicle, enjoyed the drive/mist and turned back. It was slightly ...