Green Hills Estate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... the late 1940s, which unearthed a lot about what is known today.
The primary feature of the site is the temple, built . Madhu and Sivankaran paid their tributes as rituals were being undertaken inside. Non-Hindus are not permitted inside the building, so I waited outside
With the help of Sivankaran's brother (I'm still not sure where he came from..) we walked around the other areas of interest.
This involved a little off-piste walking, seeing a ...
... local temple which several people (I think) assure me is 5000 years old.
From the temple, we went to a tea estate and continued our early evening stroll through the hills. Despite being quite a small plantation, it was beautiful to see the plants rolling off into the distance. On the shortcut back I ascertained (with the help of non-verbal communication) the tea production process from a passing cutter.
We wandered back ...
... bigger towns (two wooden shacks, and a food stall next door) and then into the Wayanad Wildlife District.
There were well-meaning, if amusing, signs along the way of animals reminding passengers, for example, to not drop plastic because "it will end up in the stomachs of monkeys"
Around one of the corners we passed 3 elephants, which caused everyone to rush to the back of the bus to see.
... temples and in the bookshop a monk starts explaining his religion (although his English isn't great) and he says that life is like a dream. At dinner Vladimir shows me some money he has left over from his trip to Iraq. Next year he wants to visit Yemen amongst other places. I ask if it's dangerous there and he say 'yes' although it was pretty obvious what the answer was going to ...
... us a different answer as to how far any of the two facilities were. We decided to continue straight into Kerala instead of turning right towards Sullia. 6-7 km into Kerala we came across a petrol pump. But they didn't accept cards and we had no cash. So we begged them to fill petrol worth Rs 100 in the bike so that we could at least reach the ATM which was around 15 km away. The guy agreed after some hassle and we somehow reached an ATM ...