Autumn Trees Munnar
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... I was the only person unlucky enough to be bitten twice. Made it up to the highest peak for breakfast of tea, bread, banana. By this point, the rain had started and we were on a large slippy rock, which several people including myself managed to slip on. Slightly awks moment when the guides asked if people would prefer to do half or full day trek, Obvs expecting most people to cut down to half. Not us though, we insisted on our full day. So ...
... original camp as there was no food here. We got in a very old jeep and he drove, nothing made sense anymore. The drive was amazing, we drove along a path that I never imagined a car could drive along, it was rocky and so steep in places we felt vertical inside the car. We all loved it. We stopped in a town where he bought food. I witnessed a guy weigh a live chicken and put it in a bag and give it to a guy who walked off with his live chicken in a bag, it seems odd to buy ...
... buckets and gravy/vegetables from the tall triple bowls. Then we spent about half an hour in this small spices shop randomly pointing at spices and getting packs of 100-250 grams. we ended up probably with 3 kg worth of spices and paid about £10 for everything. We should be covered for at least a couple of years... On the way back to ...
... are just supposed to know! Oy.. So commenced my 7 hour journey into the hills of India, where the town of Munnar is found. --> 130kms and 7 hours. How you might be thinking?! Well, first we stopped at every town between here and Timbuktu! Then civilization disappears.. So starts our climb up the hill, switchbacks the whole way. It's a slow journey at this point, especially now that its getting dark and starting to rain... Oh the joys! It was especially ...
... I, dad and Sangeetha also settled in a spot, where there was water deep enough to soak our self and feel the cold water flowing around us, hence we had our own individual private swimming pools to ourselves…. Chell, could not step into the water, on account of a wound in her leg, but sat under a tree, relaxing for a while.
After an hour or two of watery meditation, we strolled nearby, but did not go to the base of the waterfalls, as it was too humid, with the clouds ...