Hotel Mount View
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... a pretty waterfall (I imagine its stunning but ferocious in the monsoon).
Sadly whilst we were here we also learnt that the "man eating tiger" of Ooty has been shot dead. He was an underweight male with injury to his jaw apparently which would have caused him problems hunting and may explain why he attacks the humans.
The princess of the hills has been kind to us but now we are very much looking forward to our next stop, our 3rd and final hill station at Munnar. ...
... until the cheating started.
Due to my lack of ability in identifying a lot of my teammates, some thought it a good tactic to pretend they were on my side so I would give them the ball then turn around and attack our goal. At this point I decided to retire from the game. The “Decent Boys” however, were so happy with my performance I was asked if I was still in town at the end of the week to play in their cup final, unfortunately I had to ...
... bag. Overall the museum had been so interesting and was a great way to finish off our tour of Munnar, a destination that we thoroughly enjoyed and would have loved to have spent more time.
After leaving the Tea Factory we were ready to eat and said goodbye to Manesh, jumping into the first Indian restaurant we could find. We had a delicious feast which only cost us £3 … for both of us … including ...
... I had somehow managed to miss for the last 2 days. Shock! More on munnar shortly.
Well it was freaking cold on the way up but really clear, and gorgeous as is all the countryside in this area. Sure enough though in the hour or so it took to reach oure destination, the top station, a massive cloud had rolled in a reduced visibility to sweet FA. So we made the return journey with plenty of stops for photos and so I could look at the ...
... became a nightmare. Stopping to readjust them every 20 minutes and not daring to get up any kind of speed meant that Mikey’s hands were covered in cuts from the wire and my muscles pulled from hanging on. We eventually reached the bottom of the mountain – Oodenchatrem 6 hours after we had left Goodwill. It was lucky we had been fed so well as we had no small change and could buy no food during that time. Seeing the sign for the last hairpin bend 14/14 and ...