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... fairly steep scrabble up the rocks with a steep drop to one side. Both dad and Kate had a wobbly moment of self doubt but they both did it. I looked down at them trying to help not knowing how a bit concerned as to what I had booked for my not so young father. we were still not quite at the peak and were confronted with a 2m vertical rock with no footholds. Our guide kept saying this is the worst bit and I kept wondering what else was coming as he kept saying it. Me and the ...
... 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.
... around, we were again served delicious Kerala delicacies prepared on board make it a life time experience.
With the houseboat docked in a corner of the lake, we dozed off, after a tiring lazy day.
We got up early to the silence around us, and the near zero visibility mist over the lake, a light drizzle along with the cool refreshing breeze. We were to check out after an hours cruise from the lake to the docking spot. In the meanwhile, we were served, a ...
... driver. A very poor lady wants me to buy a garland, it starts at 50 rupee I buy it for 30 rupee. Now I have two garlands of flowers around my neck. We wander on together before a man asks me about my rickshaw driver. The flower seller says " this man says he is with you!". "He is I tell him". "Are you ok with him". "Yes I am". Then we chat some, He says it is unusual to see foreigners with people like rickshaw driver, I think he is very very poor. But ...
... the scenery is incredible. We stayed in the excellent Greenview (!) Inn and took its organised trek through the tea plantations, up a mountain and back down through spice plantations. The guide was brilliant and we learned a lot. The four-hour descent wasn't kind on the old pins though. OUCH. Here's a little taste of the bus journey back down...