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... for 20p:) Unfortunately Coakers walk was cloaked in mist so the magnificent views 2000m below were not really visible. We then took a stroll around the lake, a short 5km circuit. The views were like those of an english lakeside but we were tempted to hire one of the pedlows and row to the middle of the lake to get some sort of peace from the car horns and people! We didn't do this though as for some reason ollie didn't want to pedal a boat with ...
... is a 1km walk along a sheer drop. After that we went to warm ourselves up with hot chocolate and met 12 girls all travelling together. God knows how they make any decisions, it's hard enough with just 2! That evening a storm was brewing and by 8pm there were torrential rains a gale force winds. We decided an Indian take-away in india had to be done and went back to the hotel and watched Mr Bean - some saturday nights don't change. Next day we decided the best way to see the ...
... view of the tea plantations and the lake and reminded me typical Swiss countryside pictures of lake, mountains and misty. The only thing missing was the snow on top of these mountains but the tea plantations were nonetheless less alluring. We took a speed boat ride in the lake and thoroughly enjoyed the ride in the cool bright morning sun. Thankfully this area is kept very clean and is well maintained.
Before returing ...
... and a keen wildlife enthusiast). There is also an Lukkom Log house in the wilderness. Following is contact info for both, got it from poster @ Eravikulam national park
Forest Information Center
Wildlife Warden's office
Munnar P. O. 685 621
Tel / Fax 04865 231587
E:Mail - email@example.com
For more details and contact number visit the park website http://www.eravikulam.org/
If you fancy staying in treehouse ...
... lady sat down beside me. Excited to practice her English, she attempted to have a conversation with me and I of course attempted as well. She wanted to know what religion I was. Not sure how jews are viewed in India, I decided to declare that I was an atheist. After some explanation, I explained that I was not a Christian, a Jewish, a Muslim, a Hindu or a Budhist and that I did not have a religion. She appeared to accept this after some contemplation. Then... a few ...
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