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... We did see a rare giant squirrel and I caught the backend of an Indian giant squirrel which they tried to tell me was a monkey as no one else saw it but I know that was no monkey. We also saw a lot of birds but I'm no ornthologist. Back at the office we said thankyou as we had enjoyed our day a lot. The jeep took us to our hotel and we were told to hurry off to our next destination trekking in Munnar. When we got to Munnar I called the guide and asked if we were late ...
When i was planning this trip, I was always unsure whether we should go to Munnar. It's a well known place in Kerala and everyone recommended going there for the tea plantations and cooler climate. So i've kept it in the itinerary, but in a way there was nothing too special that we didn't see before in Malaysian Cameron highlands. Oh well, it was a ...
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16-Jun-2014 - Having covered the core tourist attractions of Cochin, the second day was to take us approx. 75 Kms north east of Cochin, into the lush green forests of the Western Ghats. Our destination for the day Athirappilly Falls, en route the Chalakudy River, an 80 foot waterfall, nicknamed the Niagara of India.
The journey from Cochin to the falls, took us through lush greenery, backwaters, and the many small villages en route. We had to take ...
... above you head swings so the oil is not on one place. This goes on for about 20 minutes. It is ok, but not something I would do again. I really cannot see the point. Then into the steam bath. This is a wooden box which you sit in with your head poking out ( very similar to one in Pokara but bigger), it is quite cold outside so the steam bath does not feel hot at all but there is certainly lots of steam. My whole body is oily, when the steam bath ...
Munnar is in the mountains (1300m I think) and is a famous honeymoon destination for Indians, it also has tea plantations covering miles and miles, with the highest peak in south India just around the corner.
Turned up here about 2pm from the bus station after a 5 hour journey on the government bus again, but also after the overnight taxi ride with Becca, so I hadn't slept much! Hopped off the bus in Old Munnar (thanks GPS) where the guest houses ...