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... Listerine need to start ******** themselves anytime soon.
Oh oh oh! And they have these little posters up telling you about how the tea plant was thought to have been created, because obviously something so fantastic and incredible can't just have grown from nowhere like a ******* dandelion or some ****. My favourite is the one about the Indian hermit, the founder of Zen Buddhism, called Bodhidharma ...
... its not covered in clouds we are sure! OK pass on that then.
Back in Munnar and we are cold and wet. We had time to kill before seeing the traditional Keralan Martial Arts Display so we sat in the car skyping friends and family (sorry if you weren't one of those we managed to talk to)
The Display was performed by what seemed the local school and was in fact more like a dance routine but that's ok - we didn't really want to see ...
We awoke to the most spectacular views across the outskirts of Munnar towards the green hills and plantations. As stunning as the views were, we were soon fast asleep again, still weary from our terrifying bus ride the previous day. When we finally rose at a leisurely 11am and strolled down for the first of what would hopefully be many masala dosas for breakfast (a huge thin pancake folded around potatoes cooked in masala spices. Usually served with a small ...
... headed back through Munnar town and off to Pothamedu viewpoint. Munnar is now the commercial centre of some of the world's highest tea growing estates and as such the area around the town affords views of lush tea-filled hillocks, where tea trees grow on the steepest of hillsides. Although the mist hanging in the valley made for a slightly less stunning view, we spent a while exploring the tea plantation and enjoying the crisp air, a welcome change from Kochi. On the way ...
As usual the lion tailed monkeys were doing their stuff in the little shortcut lane we used each day to get to the main road. Here is another of the cute rascals:
They were almost tame, unmindful of human presence and the gaping eyes of visitors like us. The locals who live in the ...