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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... in a white dress came out. He introduced himself as the guide. So, this man gave a tiny trip of Arivu Kovil. The main building was to meditate and perform yoga. By the side of which, we saw this Temple of Consciousness. The guide also told us that they give provides certificate courses if one needs. We stayed at the temple for some ten minutes.
When we started moving up we encountered a place called Monkey falls. There were lots of monkeys. The monkeys were very naughty and ...
... rocks and the view all the way down over Munnar tea plantations was amazing. At the bottom we met our driver, thanked our guide but did not tip him because despite being good towards the end of the walk the rest of the time he was ****, I have no doubt dad sneaked him a tip. Now it was the long journey back to Kochi to find a hotel exhausted. I was glad, surprised and proud that dad managed to get up that mountain so well, it was a really good day and everyone really enjoyed it and a ...
... prices are on the higher side. If you do not have your own car or taxi, then it is better to be in Valparai town where you can easily get public buses, autos and taxis to move around.
All Valparai accommodation rates are negotiable depending on season and your bargaining skills. Do not be shy to bargain if you want a good deal.
... beets and cabbage. Not bad but not what I was expecting at all!! Finally I make my way to the booking office and find out the cost to stay on a house boat is ridiculous and there really wasn't anyway of sharing one... Or I never figured that part out... So I figured a 3 hour backwater tour might be more my thing... then it starts to rain. Like a LOT! It had been raining off and on for the last couple days so it was of no surprise. At that point, I decided ...
... just on time to reach the houseboat, before another down pour hit the lake.
The houseboat then cruised through palm fringed canals and long green carpeted rice fields were a feast to our eyes. En route, we were taken to a village on the edges of the lake, which served as a market for the nearby villages. We armed ourselves with crabs and fish, which would be part of our dinner as well.
With time at our disposal, we resorted to local fishing, using a basic stick, a ...