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Munnar Day 5
I awoke at 4am to
lashing rain as a monsoon downpour rolled across the backwaters. I cannot tell
how long it lasted for as I drifted back to sleep. The next time my eyes opened
it was to the most amazing view, from our bedroom window, of the glassy water,
palm trees and the blue sky softly coloured of the rising sun. All this quickly
followed by the best cup chai on the top deck. Not a bad way to start a
Thursday. We ...
... s still a spice shop on every corner and there's a metric **** tonne of homemade chocolate available an all. Kerala is where most of India's spices are grown so if you were going to stock up this would be the place to do it but I've not bought any spices yet on account of the fact I've had no ******* clue how to use them and figured they'd just sit in the cupboard at home, unused, whilst I boil the kettle ...
... a few yoga poses, because India, and indulged us in a couple of lamely choreographed fights. I kinda get the feeling that out of all of the places where you can go and see this that this isn't one of the best but hey, it killed a bit of time.
One thing that kills time but isn't worth the time it does kill is a visit to the elephant training camp, Kodanad. You're told you can help bathe the elephants ...
... cloud bank that was pouring over the side of the mountain. It was very atmospheric. Alex was collected on the way. She had thrown away all her tobacco – vowing to never smoke again based on her failure to make it to the top. I hope she does quit. Getting to the bottom necessitated a bit of a break as our legs had turned to jelly with the constant downhill strain. Then we walked through the tea fields. Winding our way by shrubs nearing 75 years in age ...
... scenery! As we climbed the air got cooler and fresher with less humidity. This was a welcome relief from the temperatures in the city. On arrival in Kunchithanny, the small village where the homestay is located, we were greeted with a cup of tea and shown to our room. It is situated above a flowing river, and has a view of the surrounding mountains, has hot water, no a/c, breakfast and supper included for about $30 US. We booked a car and driver for ...