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... was overcrowded and the windows were just holes which we loved but everyone kept closing them, which we didn't love as the shutters are fold down metal blinds that black out the bus and make it insufferably hot. It was only an hour and a half to Alleppey and we luckily got poached as soon as we got off the bus by a guesthouse. The guesthouse turned out to be great and they even booked us our houseboat! Which we're on right now. But more on that ...
... Valley View and Sinna Dorai also bookable through the same link.
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Pon Home Stay - Near the bus stand and overlooking a tea estate - http://ponhomestay.blogspot.com/
Pavin Home Stay
... processing machinery cutting, fermenting and drying the leaves into dust.
We had lunch at a hotel in town, then walked along the road through the tea estates. The care with which the trees were pruned and picked resembled vineyards we'd visited. It was the first time either of us had walked through growing tea leaves. We stopped at a tea factory where we witnessed a funeral procession on foot except for the lead truck carrying ...
... was very confusing and i still stand by my original observation that seeing India by train is ****. We got on our carriage and for the whole journey were pushed from pillar to post as everyone claimed to have reserved seats even though we somehow hadn't. The bus journey however was pleasant enough and a great way to see the stunning countryside as you wind your way up to the hills.
We got a Tuk Tuk from the bus station ...