Bella Vista Resort
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... investing in a packet or two of Tena Lady, and it's there in the evening to slake my thirst until the wine is sufficiently chilled. Tea makes angels sing and water interesting. I don't know if I could live a life without tea, and Munnar is proof that tea is beautiful right from plant to mug.
I don't usually hang out of the bus window taking photo on account of feeling like a bit of a prick doing ...
... cloud bank that was pouring over the side of the mountain. It was very atmospheric. Alex was collected on the way. She had thrown away all her tobacco – vowing to never smoke again based on her failure to make it to the top. I hope she does quit. Getting to the bottom necessitated a bit of a break as our legs had turned to jelly with the constant downhill strain. Then we walked through the tea fields. Winding our way by shrubs nearing 75 years in age ...
... very 'light'! We have forwarded a claim to UA for the lost items, and will be sending in receipts for the replacement goods. To be honest, what initially seemed to be a disaster, has only been a minor 'bump' in the road, and has now become just a paragraph in the blog!
Okay, from Kochin we took a bus into the mountains heading for a three day homestay in and around the tea plantations. The road was very windy with numerous hairpin turns, ...
Just west inland from Cochin, Munnar is set in the Mountainous ghats carpeted by spices and tea plantations, home to wild elephants and exotic birds. The actual town is a scruffy Hill Station, but just a few km outside, it's truly picturesque. This is the commercial centre of some of the worlds highest growing tea estates. Engulfed in a sea of 1000 shades of green with orange, red and blue flowered trees lining the rural roads, Max and I set off on a 3 day adventure ...
... us out deciphering the buses. We didn't have long to wait and hopped onto a bus within minutes of arriving at the station. After buying a ticket Nat decided he wanted a drink for the journey. He asked the conductor how long he had before the bus left and didn't receive a clear answer. A fellow passenger insinuated that he had 10 minutes so he hopped off leaving Izzy on the bus with all the bags. Within a minute, you guessed it, the bus started up and suddenly every ...