Anai Mudi Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... with wrong navigations we somehow manage to come out into the bustling traffic of Ernakulam and we confirm what we see on the sign boards (Towards Airport). Almost everyone on the road is drunk ( what on earth!!). Meanwhile Anjali calls up at 9 to say her flight has landed (add to all the mess like never before her flight lands early, that too half an hour before!!) I see a sigh board that says Airport 12kms and I heave a sigh of relief. Thank god hardly 15 minutes and ...
... once dried, tastes weirdly like chocolate and no, I have no idea why this surprised any of us. It's chocolate but without the sugar if you can imagine that? It wasn't bitter either which I think is what I was expecting.
Cloves. They're here too. They're green on the plant then they're sundried to the little stabby things we know and love and enjoy sticking in oranges at Christmas. You ...
... before, first the tea is hand-picked. Then the tea leaves go through cuts! Then they become a fine powder and then they dry it. The final step is putting that tea into little bags. Then you put that in hot water, stir and sip away!!! The way tea is made fascinated me. Did you know that 1 little speck of tea takes 3 whole leaves to make? Amazing! After the tea gardens we went to Eravikulam National ...
... was buying the locally made chocolate. The rickshaw driver was extremely friendly and allowed us to stop whenever we wanted for photos, we therefore decided to book him for a half days sightseeing the following day.
We were up early for a day of sightseeing and visited the following places:-
Numerous view points and tea plantations- the scenery really was stunning.
Large lake/dam- again the scenery was beautiful and the lake was ...
... 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, ...