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... phone call from his office saying the Delhi head office received a complaint from his guests (us). I took the phone off Ashok because he was getting all upset that we'd complained and he couldn't understand. I yelled at the guy on the other end of the phone "why are you ringing Ashok about a complaint between us and the head office, I complained that we got a driver who couldn't understand or speak English there's no use telling him because what's he suppose to do ...
... hand gesture which means more or less "and, so what is so interesting and why are you staring at us". They left rather smartish! The swim in the rock pool was heavenly - a good reward for the morning's efforts. The water flowing through the rock pool is part of a river which rises in the hills nearby and is the river which features in "God of Small Things" by Arundathi Roy.Back at the road a car is waiting to pick us up and take us back to the hotel. We are ...
... took 3 ½ hours. Annabelle closed her eyes to prevent vomiting up her breakfast and Chris gazed out of the window. When we arrived in Kumily the strikes related to the dam were still underway and even school children were out walking in protest.
We arrived at the bus station where we were met by Shukkour our homestay owner who led us though some windy streets towards our home for the next few days.
... parallel with only marginal clearance between them.
The two rollers rotate in opposite directions at different speeds. The slow speed roller acts as a conveyor apart from providing a surface for cutting. The CTC type of Maceration only took a few minutes and we watched the conveyor belts taking the product from one stage to the next, each time the tea looking finer in quality. Eventually the tea was filtered into ...
... view make it worthy of a visit, the site stays in your mind for ever. Also on the way downwards you get to see the Aanayirangal Dam- you can trap some moments from the mountain top.
Shopping at Munnar
When visiting Munnar one can sample an unimaginable variety of tea before choosing to buy straight from the estates where they are grown. Tea can also be bought at the Tata Tea sales outlet/kannan devan factory outlet or ...
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Rooms - 4/5
Customer service - 1/5
Food - 2/5
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