Hotel Spring Valley
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... not going to get any better. We enjoyed the sights though and could imagine how amazing the viewpoints could have been. And although the clouds blocked the view it did make the forests look almost enchanted. We saw loads of monkeys who were not shy. In fact, one ran over, blocked Lou’s way and held its hand out as to beg because it had spotted a biscuit in her hand!
We have never seen so many domestic tourists in one place before though. In fact, there were busload ...
... the pizzas and pasta in a western restaurant. We loved the relaxed atmosphere of kodaikanal but as the comments have said we definitely haven't slimmed down what with all the delicious food so we thought we would squeeze some exercise in. First we rented out a pedalo and went around the a lake stretching 2km for an hour. After that we hired a tandem bike, hilarious and suprisingly difficult to keep your balance, we cycled around the lake for 7km and just when we were getting into it ...
... I was beginning to resent the nearly-naked men in their dhotis for their near-nakedness while I suffered in my ankle-length skirt and conservative shirts.
The people of Munnar and the surrounding region are gainfully employed by the Tata Tea Company, which provides them with work, housing and social development projects for the community. As a result, the people do not make desperate attempts to sell things to tourists, allowing ...
... big day of sightseeing with a lil hike through the tea hills touching on every subject from fashion to politics and even how they mingle, concluded with a biscuit and red wine picnic then off we went to have our evening meal in the town once more.
The last day was spent hanging round as once again I was dropped dead by some Indian food or I just did not recover from the beating I took ...
... we were still surrounded by lush vegetation and quite a few water buffalo grazing (love it!!). Our new driver, Kabeer, hardly speaks any English so we didn't have to make any small talk which was nice. So far the south is like a soothing balm on a burn.
Kerala is considered India's most successful state and is run by a communist government. It has an extremely high literacy rate (91%) and the infant mortality rate is 1/5 ...