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... and the pods grow at the bottom and yeah, I kinda feel like I just admitted something I probably shouldn't have...
Loads of cool **** grows here. Tapioca. I don't even know what tapioca is but everyone else seemed to be able to put it in context and I figured out it has something to do with pudding, but that grows here. There was black pepper, mint, a lone pineapple plant, banana trees, ...
... the best quality but worth taking home as a remembrance. Mostly CTC and Dust but some shops do stock Leaf Tea as well. Green tea also available.
For the nature lover who enjoys long walks and does not mind the absence of conventional entertainment or variety in cuisine, Valparai is the perfect peaceful destination.
... br> Elephant park- we saw the elephants although as we are on a budget and have done an elephant ride in Thailand we didn't take them up on the elephant ride.
Echo point- Another big lake in a valley which meant all sounds echoed.
Honey Tree- unfortunately, there wasn't much growing but we did get to sample some from a street vendor.
Top station- high viewpoint in the mountains that would have been good if we could see through the ...
... next 3 days: Shaji, a very pleasant and considerate Keralan in his mid-thirties, who had spent the past year working as a tour guide/driver, after having spent a few years working in construction in Dubai (like so many other Keralan men, it seems). The journey to Munnar is a long one: approx 4-5 hours by car. It's actually not a large distance, only 150km, but the windy, hillside roads are slow, and generally in disrepair, ie full of potholes, bumps and rubble. So, ...
Sunrise and sunset can be very colourful in the mountains especially when the sky is slightly overcast.
Valparai at dawn. The sun actually peeps above the mountain in the foreground around 7am in December though it is light ...