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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Munnar
... stand looking at us expectantly, hoping to get along on the bus too, knowing it will only go if we pay the big bucks.
We reach an impasse. The Swiss girls are just back from Bangladesh and are no easy pushovers on the financial front, and we are just as determined not to be mugged off. So we settle in for the wait. One side of the road sits Nicolas and his mates who make jokes at our expense, probably pulling the occasional quenelle, waiting for for us to crack. ...
... at the bottom of my backpack, and then you can buy a little cup of tea for ₹5. The evangelical guy upstairs had said to get the green tea, keep your teabag then use it to make a litre of fluid and you can use it instead of mouthwash to freshen your breath.
"Smell your mouth in the morning!" he said, "Then drink some of this, then smell your mouth, and the smell will have gone!" Yeah nah, I ...
... shouting at them all the time so we left there early.
As it was still raining hard, we all agreed to give the herb garden a miss (we had seen the lovely one in Galle, Sri Lanka so didn't feel like we really needed to see another anyway)
We stopped very briefly at the waterfalls (more professional photos for MM here) and very briefly again at the dam (MM wanted more photos here too which all mean sitting around waiting for them to ...
... br> The ride was long, loud and dusty. About half way through the five hour journey the bus started making its way up some mountains and it started raining. This was the first refreshing bout of rain we had felt in weeks (or maybe months?) and I started getting excited the cool air waiting for us in Munnar. For the last part of the journey we drove through lush tea fields which were a bright green ...
... around town and stumbled across the warehouse and merchant area. This was fascinating, albeit associated with a lot of chaos due to trucks blocking much of the road to unload their wares. Each warehouse had a couple of people sitting in the 'front office'. These office workers were doing it tough with their desk sitting very near a barely covered sewer, with no protection from dust or noise. There wasn't a computer in sight, but I did spot piles of ...