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... where we spotted several monkeys. Poor Hannah Sofia didn’t enjoy it that much though as she slept half of the way only to wake up and be sick for the other half.
On the way up, the driver turned off the air conditioning and opened the window and we enjoyed the fresh and cool mountain air on our faces. It was such a strange feeling getting out of the car – normally we would have been drenched in sweat but this time we just wanted to get our hoodies out of the ...
... known as Pillar Rocks - beautiful pillars of rock (funnily enough), and had wonderful views across to other mountains. It was a national holiday of some sort and so lots of Indian tourists were about. At ...
... photos. They were funny at the time....We didn't end up visiting top station as we had booked a trek the next day which took us up higher so instead played hide and seek in the tea plantations, before watching a a stunning sunset behind the mountain. R.M. drove us back to town, via a communist rally which was setting up for the weekend. A little surreal
Once wrapped up (the temperature dropped quite quickly after sunset) ...
... of the numerous tea shops. Munnar is also famous for aromatic oils, fresh strawberries, typical spices that flavor Kerala dishes and handicrafts which can be purchased at the local bazaar as souvenirs.
For Trekking enthusiasts some information that may help:
Anai Mudi is ideal for trekking. Government has sanctioned Gouldsbury trail trekking program in memory of J C Gouldsbury (general manager of Kannan Devan ...
... market and some kind of propaganda tea museum. However, if you leave the village and take a bus or rickshaw to the mountain peak, you will be rewarded with an awesome vista. Look for 60 miles or something to see far mountains and hills covered by square kilometers of tea plantations, villages and giant avalanches of mist rushing towards you, until you find yourself in a hazy, mysterious world, changing within few minutes. Amazing, I never felt as small.