Travel Blogs from Munnar
... It is fair to say, we both breathed a sigh of relief once we were down from the mountain. Unfortunately, the relief didn't last when we hit some of the country roads shortly after.....It actually felt very much like being on a roller coaster. Munnar was a fantastic place to visit with cooler mountain air and great views.
So, our next stop is a day in Alleppey where we are hoping to take a boat down the Keralan backwaters.
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... portable operation (they are kind of migrants and disassemble their storehouses once done in a spot) and for some farm field preparations.
The road up into the Western Ghat mountains is quite imposing - many switchbacks, narrow, huge cliffs, and lots of rock debris on the road. Plus crazy bus drivers speeding down the hill (as in all developing ...
... fast growing fuel for tea processing). Onwards to Echo Point, where a large group of noisy Indians obliged with the shouts over the water to get an echoed shout back. But this is India, and despite the beauty of the landscape it is marred by the continual rubbish, a pile that was being burnt as we were there.
And finally to Top Station, which was a ...
It was time for us to leave. With a heavy heart we bid Valparai Good Bye .... See You Again Soon
Misty Point at Kavarkal on the way down to Aliyar. This area always but always ...
... the state of Karnataka. Mya has been researching places that offer Ayurvedic massages, as well as yoga retreats. Our overnight (allegedly "luxury") coach leaves at 3pm, which gives us time tomorrow to finish seeing the sights of Munnar and get some accommodation booked online before our 13 hour bus trip.
We are planning on going on another shorter walk through a tea estate and paying a visit to a tea factory ...
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