Hotel Silver Springs
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... while weavers have hand crafted cotton garments. We’ve bought a little, which seemed expected of us. With no idea of the value or price of things, I finally decided after reflecting on how ridiculous it was to be negotiating hard for a twenty cent discount on a $3 bag of nuts that the best approach was to pay what we could afford if it made them happy. We’ve seen statues aplenty, often erected to honour politicians but my favourite was the one to honour an ...
... goodness that melted in mouth, so of course we bought a pack of those too :)
Then there was the beef lasagna and wood oven baked spaghetti followed by full English breakfast in a restaurant named cloud street.
We also ate at a little cafe named pot luck attached to a pottery shop which sold very pretty mugs and crockery which i would have loved to take home here Ollie finally had a beefburger and I a Mexican style veg and cheese wrap with ...
It was definitely time to make for the hills, cool down a bit and witness first hand the source of one of the world's most popular drinks.
The journey from Cochin was made on a little blue bus with open sides... winding through countless small towns in the area, each with its own style, including one devoted almost entirely to the manufacture and sale of wooden furniture! Some tasteful designs on show there.
As the towns ...
Our next stop was at a viewpoint where the tea plantations started to come into view. They stuck to the hills as far as the eye could see and formed lovely patterns, some in lines and some in squares.
Manesh told us that the tea at that spot was particularly expensive and that the tea varied in quality depending on where it grew in the department. After a quick photo opportunity we pulled over again to ...
... 8217;t take the last 15 minutes of it. They have the garden set up so that they have one or two of each plant they describe and their actual fields surround the area. The guide said that they have over 300 hectares surrounding the garden. We went to the shop at the end of the tour and purchased some ayurvedic remedies for ailments like stomach upset. They push you though to buy products and it became a little unbearable, because the guide kept pushing a ...