Blu Haze Resort
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... the room, took it right from under our noses! So we were back to square one. Content to rest a while and enjoy the view, we sat at the outside the villa on plastic garden chairs in the shade. Presently, the three girls (Sally, Shin and Tass) joined us, asking the standard backpacker questions; how long have you been here, where have you been, where are you going and how long are you travelling for? After a while, feeling the sun sinking lower in the sky, ...
... you think Dad?!
Munnar is spectacularly beautiful. The tea plantations spread for miles over the rolling hills and are enveloped in wisps of mist. The aromas from the tea factory were amazing. However, the rain followed us to Munnar, and pretty much everything we owned got absolutely drenched- which is a bit of a problem in a place with no way of drying anything! Sarah and I treated ourselves to a four star hotel ...
... who when we said something like, "at some stage we'd like to go for a drive and see some tea plantations," he would say, "ok yes now?" And start heading off in the direction to call a taxi, so then we'd have to call after him and say "no we just arrived and still have our bags on our back," etc. Our manager in fact turned out to be a full blown nightie and as I said to Michael in a moments irritation, "if I owned this place, I would fire that bloke immediately." I ...
This has become like an annual pilgrimage for us now. Valparai is a sure recipe for recharging tired souls and this much needed eight day break was most rejuvenating.
On this trip we mostly sauntered through familiar old haunts, pleased to discover little nooks and corners that we had not noticed before.
Our old faithful driver Jagdeesan warmly ...
... for lunch we had a quick detour through Munnar market. Its a small but bustling market area and lots of things to buy, the foremost being "Tea". Best place to get good quality and variety of tea is the Tata outlet locally known as KDTP (Kannan Devan Tea Plantations), Kannan Devan being the names of the first workers employed by Tata back in 1900 when Tata started the tea plantations in Munnar. Today almost 95% of the entire ...