Abad Copper Castle Hill Valley Resort

Address: Kannan Devan Hills, Munnar, Kerala, 685612, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kannan Devan Hills, Munnar, is near Tea Gardens.
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      Travel Blogs from Munnar

      Kerala - Cochin, Alleppey and Munnar

      A travel blog entry by hsdodril on Jun 18, 2014

      124 photos

      On 14th night and early morning of 15th of June 2014, myself, Chell, dad and Sangeetha, sneaked into Kerala, under the cover of darkness and early morning mist and monsoon clouds, while the locals were cuddled cosily under the thatched tile roofs, oblivious of what hit them.

      After a 12 hour train journey in Alleppey …

      Homeland Binge

      A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Apr 18, 2014

      3 comments

      Author: Steven

      Today was the first morning I was not woken by that damn whistling bird. Lauren and I both thought it was some guy whistling tunelessly outside our window for the first couple of days in Munnar. Apparently there is a species of bird that mimics a tone deaf geriatric whistling to themselves. Annoying as hell.

      We gorged on cake for breakfast. Which sounds bad. Perhaps the fact that it was carrot/walnut cake and banana bread makes it ...

      Tea!

      A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Nov 17, 2013

      1 comment, 393 photos

      ... like savoury pancakes), with, of course, tea. The strike unfortunately meant that we had no milk, but we made do with mint in our tea instead, which tasted very nice to me, less so to Lynds.

      Because of the strike, and because we had crammed so much into Sunday, today was to be a relaxing day. We headed out for a walk amongst the tea plantations and then the forest. Our guides were Shaji and Robin; and we were joined by another English couple, Neil and Rosalynd, ...

      Tea in cooler climates

      A travel blog entry by izzy.and.nat on Mar 11, 2013

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... picked them up and threw them out the door! Nat comes round the corner 3 minutes later asking if that was our bus he saw drive past. Izzy had to laugh; "Well yeah, I'm not on it and it's not here!". Luckily a private bus turned up 15 minutes or so later. These buses are almost exactly the same as the government buses but actually a bit cheaper, with a less rigid timetable. We hopped on and headed out of Munnar, taking in all the views that we'd missed in the dark. ...

      Massages, tea and elephants

      A travel blog entry by michellie_m on Jan 02, 2013

      Most interesting massage experience, ever! Aryuvedic massage. Very energizing ;-) Al even had the guts to try to feed a wild goat on our walk back to the hotel.

      Tea plantation was really cool and beautiful. And I went on my first elephant ride and we got to feed them.

      Really enjoyed the 3 days with Liesl and Al :-) go, team India!!! We were super spoilt by Doreen's parents. Thank you Uncle Jake and Aunty Dolly xxx

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