Hotel JC Grand
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... to sit and watch the clouds being blown around, one minute you couldnt see anything then 5 minutes later views would just open up right in front of you and then be gone again. Indian people then asked if they could take our photo and although we agreed decided to take our leave before everyone started to take photos, as has been our previous experience!
On the way back to Kodai the taxi stopped and we took a short walk along a stream (at this time of ...
... point we were about 50 yards from the mother and her teensy calf, who was walking under her and between her legs, mimicing his mama at pulling at the branches. No tigers, but the elephants were spectacular, and the guide told us how lucky we were to see them. That outing was one of the best parts of the trip for me. A visit to a spice plantation and the promise of tea served at our bungalow, overlooking the misty hills while exotic birds fluttered in ...
... chapatis and rice.
The photographer in me knows that the best time to take pictures for the
light is early morning or around sunset. As the views in the evening
were generally very hazy and the mist comes in quite fast I decided
to attempt at getting up at sunrise (around 6.30am). I surprised
myself and set my alarm to get up but was disappointed it was still
quite a hazy day. So I went back to sleep for an hour or so.
It's been a long time without any update!
I had to go to Munnar!
Many people told me I had to!
I was said Munnar is wonderfull ... and it is!
But I was really disappointed though ...........
I think, the best way to understand my point is to check the pictures!
When you reach, you just get immersed in green plantations! You're like surrounded! As the ...
... demoralised by being freezing cold, soaked, covered in filth splashed up from the road. (yes – human faeces – SO grim). Somewhere near Pachelor, Mikey got puncture 4 and so more time soaked by the road fixing it and then having to cycle with a partially inflated tyre. The uphill was really taking its toll so when we came to the village Perumel had marked as 37k downhill to the plains we were pretty pleased. 10 minutes into it both of our brakes failed and ...