J's Heritage Hotel & Resort
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... in my head because that means there was no clear origin. They just kinda, y'know, happened. They're magical trees that just materialised from joy and a need to have something to pout with chocolate sauce. This clearly just increases their awesome rating by about infinity. Another fun fact, if you look out towards Kodai you can see eucalyptus trees which were ...
... Amazing that that is bad news when one considers the Prime Ministers of Britain or Australia would consider all their Sundays had come at once if they could take credit for such growth. Yet what the Indians don’t seem to appreciate is that economic growth is a drug, perhaps the most powerful one affecting societies and they are one of the latest to have fallen under its spell. Their addiction sets them on the path to what the UK’s Green House Think Tank ...
... by thin black lines: the path the workers will use to collect the tea leaves.
Our eyes couldn't get enough of this sight, even though we saw plenty of these plantations in the last few days.
Besides tea, looking at a couple of dams that generate electricity and the occasional waterfall, there isn't much to do in Munnar, or at least that's what the local tourist board decided. We were keen on finding out about walks in ...
... to our wheels. 'On the go' we had noticed a restaurant from where we had dinner lastnight. We had our breakfast , geared up again & prepared to get amazed by the beauty of KODAI. We came across fog covered mountains & fog hugging forests. We took lot of pictures till our cameras ran out of power. After watching the mindblowing sceneries of KODAI for a couple of hours, we noticed it was time ...
... SLR in one hand! On the descent we saw many varieties of orchids which brought back happy memories of our wedding day (2 weeks ago now!). We also saw coffee plants, lemongrass and cardamom pods.
By the time we'd got to the bottom the heavens had opened and we were walking through a huge deluge of monsoon rains! First experience - woop woop!
So we'd gone through pretty much all the seasons apart from snow in ...