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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... Listerine need to start ******** themselves anytime soon.
Oh oh oh! And they have these little posters up telling you about how the tea plant was thought to have been created, because obviously something so fantastic and incredible can't just have grown from nowhere like a ******* dandelion or some ****. My favourite is the one about the Indian hermit, the founder of Zen Buddhism, called Bodhidharma ...
... and again we all stayed in the car at Echo Point as there really wasn't much point testing the echos in all this rain!
The highlight of this day was our stop at Elephant Camp.
The elephants were only there to give rides but they were all sheltering under awnings to keep them dry and some were not chained or roped just happy to stay put, dry and munching away. The mahouts didn't have any of those horrible spikes either (alough MM argued ...
... the refreshing smell of nature into the bus with it. The temperature had dropped at least 15 degrees since we left Kochi and for the first time in weeks I was no longer sweating but actually wishing I was wearing a jumper.
Arriving in Munnar town we grabbed a tuk tuk to take us to a guesthouse we had previous picked out but not booked (for reasons Steven has previously made clear). With very ...
... Jackson had invited us to his home at 6AM (say what?!) the next morning. Nick happily agreed. Jackson had told us to meet him at the Amber triangle (sounds like something out of Lord of the Rings) so I figured we would go meet him, the house would be a few minutes walk away we'd have a cuppa tea and then I'd go back to bed. I couldn't believe it when we met him and he had said he had walked one hour to meet us... ONE HOUR!!!! Unfortunately I had been so adamant at ...
... headed back through Munnar town and off to Pothamedu viewpoint. Munnar is now the commercial centre of some of the world's highest tea growing estates and as such the area around the town affords views of lush tea-filled hillocks, where tea trees grow on the steepest of hillsides. Although the mist hanging in the valley made for a slightly less stunning view, we spent a while exploring the tea plantation and enjoying the crisp air, a welcome change from Kochi. On the way ...