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... The way to Cochin from Valparai was chilly and we went through hills and forests.
Every house was decorated with lot of crotons, shrubs and lot variety of climbers. You can see trees at every home. We reached Athirapally where we saw Charpa falls. It was a dense forest area. Our driver warned us of elephants crossing or any other animals crossing the road. So, our vehicle moved in moderate speed. After a few minutes’ drive we stopped by Athirapally falls. The entrance ...
... friendly and accommodating and finally showing what Indian people are really like even though this too was a popular tourist destination, for Indians more than westerners... So we hired a motorbike for three days and explored practically the whole region! We stopped to chat with tea workers and even had a go clipping the plant leaves, did a tea factory tour and tea tasting session with full explanation of the tea ...
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Wood House Tea Bungalow at Puthu Thottam: 94440 47434
Waterfall Estate Tea Bungalow: 94433 37022
Bungalows run by Woodbriars Estate
Tennis Court, Valley View and Sinna Dorai also bookable through the same link.
Darshan: 04253 ...
... I will leave you in suspense as to how my last couple days in India turned out. The south of India is a beautiful place where I wish I had given myself a bit more time to visit before my visa ran out... Oh well! Looks like I might have to come back again to enjoy the beauty of the nature, the food and the amazing culture!! Stay tuned for the next entry, coming to your personal square screen sometime soon! Love, light, and Om Mani Padmi Hum. Namaste... And Beyond! Xoxo ...
... of poha, bread, omelette, pineapples etc.,
We touched land after almost a day, only after we docked again, hence bringing a sweet end to our delightful houseboat cruise and stay.
18-Jun-2014 – We went back to Kochi, for another famous tourist attraction, the Hill Palace at Tripunithura, which is the largest archaeological museum in Kerala. The entrance to the museum is amazing, as the layers of gardens and steps lead to the museum in a very symmetrical ...