Hotel Grand Palace
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... in my head because that means there was no clear origin. They just kinda, y'know, happened. They're magical trees that just materialised from joy and a need to have something to pout with chocolate sauce. This clearly just increases their awesome rating by about infinity. Another fun fact, if you look out towards Kodai you can see eucalyptus trees which were ...
... has an 80% Hindu population and yet still contains a minority worshiping Islam which totals more than the total population of Britain and France combined?! And then there’s the alternative developments, even they are big here. We have visited Auroville, which is described as the world's largest ‘intentional community’ of about 50,000 and which considers itself, an experiment for the future of humanity. Have a look at www.auroville.org Powerful stuff and a ...
... s Sunny’s cousin (or brother? He’s said both multiple times), and he has proved a wonderful host. He’s a sober man with a straight face and serious demeanor, but lightens up on occasion and isn’t totally foreign to the idea of chuckles, jokes, and smiles. Also, being the director of tourism for the entire province, he carries with him a great many connections, and he’s done an excellent job of getting us around the red tape that India is so ...
... at hairpins where we had to slow down) throughout the twisties of Munnar. We took couple of snaps, had a smoke & got on to our wheels again. After we rode downhill we knew a shortcut to cochin. Around 10:30pm, we reached our destination after a whole lot tiring trip. But the most happiest fact was, in spite enjoying & experiencing the whole trip, we reached back, ALL IN ONE PIECE. As said, Safety First....!!! ...
... at 4
Us: how long from here to top station
R.M.: no first museum view point, lake, THEN top station.
Us: o.k. see you at 3.
After refueling on some cake (brownie, muffin and a carrot cake) from the bakery across from our guesthouse we headed off with RM to the tea museum. Not sure if it was all the chai in the air, but we seemed to be in a permanent state of hysterical giggles throughout the visit, so apologies ...