Igloo Nature Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIgloo Nature Resort Munnar
Igloo Nature resort is just about decent place to stay at a reasonable price. It is close to nature and has some very good natural scenery. Kind of secluded from the main Munnar town but once you get used to the place you kind of like it. Food was average. Service was okay. Other facilities like Spa were average. Looks like is popular with tour operators - means you can drive a good bargain with them directly! Room Tip: Either go for a hut or level 2 room depending on your requirement
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... Tea is grown on a 60 degree slope so the water runs off and the tea plants are actually trees that are pruned into 3 foot bushes. We stop in the town of Munnar to visit a very untouristy market filled with shops and a covered vegetable market. We only saw one cow and one dog all day. We never see cats and are told that Hindus don't keep cats because it is bad luck if they pass on the left side. Only Muslims keep cars in India.
... yuletide-like as we prepare to depart on December 22. Our virtual greeting cards are late going out this year and we have no gifts for Caleb yet. Singapore's forecast is for monsoon rains and thunderstorms at 30C. We picked up a decorative star from one of the Munnar shops. I'll try to find a branch to hang it on in Singapore. The spirit will enter us yet, I'm sure.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all.
...we thought this blog should rather be called: "Planes, buses and automobiles" or in our case: "Trains, buses and rickshaws" - that's how much we've been on the move these last couple of days ...we mused on the rather practical local habit of spelling out large numbers (and paying in rupees, where 80 rupees equals 1€, inevitably leads to using large numbers in conversations), so 2750 will not be two thousand ...
In Fort Kochi, we organised a 2 day, 1 night 'trek' to Munnar through our homestay, it cost us 7000 rupees all up ($140nzd). We had done our research though and his fee was on par with the other travel agents and we figured it would be easier to book it through him. We left our homestay at 6.30am, through thick clouds of mosquitos and set off with our driver. He was nice but spoke very little English. We soon found out he thought we were ...
... t get in. His shoes were falling apart he has had them 8 years and can't afford new ones. He said the guides get 170rps a day which is about £2.20. I wanted to give him my boots to have but they were probably too big for him!!! They are generally, in south India, small men! I am taller than pretty much everyone I meet. In the ladies clothes shop I am an XL, not good for the ego, ha ha. Sorry no picture for this place, all on my ...