Autumn Trees Munnar
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A quite hotel situated high up in the centre of a tea plantation. Early morning breakfast of English toast and jam whilst looking over a mist laid valley was very peaceful.
Our tour today took us to visit a tea museum and a tea factory. This involved a 30 minute video about the history of tea and the English influence that was made during the late 19th century. For those of us that have done this before, it ...
... y. Rather than us just shovelling decadence into our fat mouths. We watched about 7 episodes of the TV show Homeland today. Plans for walks were postponed and then cancelled. Meals were delayed. Everything ran together in a blur of sloth. Honestly – we needed it. This town has been perfect for some time out from the world in comfortable surroundings.
Dinner was at SN again because Lauren was hankering for some dosa, but we missed the cut-off time by ...
... in London, but originally from Sheffield and Dorset. These were our only companions for the next two days, as it turned out.
We walked for a few hours, taking in the pretty scenery, photographing as much as we could of the plantations, the hillsides, the mountains, the forest and the animal and plant life. I hope you like the photos - sorry that they are so numerous, but we found ourselves trigger-happy on the button all day! We stopped for a nice lunch at ...
... was as relentless as the way up. This time it was more scary as you could see the huge drops you were faced with on one side and all the near misses with oncoming and overtaken traffic. The winding roads and harsh driving got a bit too much and Izzy started to feel a bit sick, 15 minutes into a 4 and a half hour journey (which we later found out was only 50 kilometres distance from Cochin, but that's public transport for you!). It turned out she wasn't the only ...
... the monkeys descend in droves, are actually quite fed up of them as they forage in their kitchen gardens and even in the kitchens if open, always on the lookout for easy food!
This is what it was like!
There is my friend with the carrot we gave him, we are not really supposed to feed them ...