Cloud9 Resorts

Address: Chinnakanal, P.O.Box No. 65, Munnar, Kerala, 685618, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Chinnakanal, P.O.Box No. 65, Munnar.
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Travel Blogs from Munnar

Worship At The Alter Of Tea

A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Jan 06, 2015

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... improve loads of stuff and even brought in education for differently abled youngsters and provided ways for them to earn a living/make money for the company, in dyeing fabrics using natural dyes or growing strawberries and making preserves from them. Before I came to Munnar someone had told me about Tata pretty much owning the place, providing houses and schools, which sounds great. But they've essentially ...

A few days in Kerela mountains - K

A travel blog entry by mktravels on Nov 08, 2014

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... time for 40 winks at the back, and for those who stayed awake and enjoyed hearing all about tea…well I hope they enjoyed it.

We drove onto Eravikulam National Park. Though it has had some bad reviews on Lonely Planet, we really enjoyed it. By buying a superior ticket for an extra 50p, we could go straight to the front of the queue, thus avoiding the three hour wait. The usual array of trinket stalls, ...

How to Post a Parcel

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Apr 15, 2014

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... up and have to redo the entire process. The sender's address may throw a spanner in the works, but the polite postman will help you through this. Turns out it's your home address. We don't really have one. Awkward.

13. Sign, date and sign, date and sign, date and so on.
The contents must be written in triplicate on the provided forms. Along with their weights and monetary value. The weights of the contents. The contents that are inside a linen bag that has been ...

The Shire

A travel blog entry by ben.taggartryan on Aug 24, 2013

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... a rickshaw for the day and headed to a number of Munnars attractions. The Evavikulam national park was quite something else. The landscape is like the shire crossed with telletubby land, rolling hills of green made up for tea plants for miles surrounded by towering granite mountains. The climbing here must be amazing, the granite slabs are huge and have beautiful water streaks of blue, red orange and green running down them.

The other main thing ...

Cool at last

A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Feb 16, 2013

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... of town with cable TV (good for the FA Cup, always a nice reminder of home).
There was another, live footy treat as a cup quarter final involving a couple of local teams kicked off just after we arrived and we managed to catch the last few minutes of the game. The football was rubbish and there was almost a riot with fans and police clashing (another reminder of home!) but thankfully everything ended peacefully...and for the record, the Blues ...

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