Las Palmas Munnar
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... obviously it was late night). But, we could get a glimpse of falls but couldn’t take pictures of it. The falls, even in dark looked so majestic and the roar of it was scaring.
The clock struck 9 when we reach Cochin. We stayed at City gate hotel. A nice hotel it was. We had our dinner in nearby restaurant. We at first gave us a pinkish coloured hot water (said it was herbal one). They served us parotta and kari kurma (chicken stew).
After the keralite ...
... and tasting of all the different kinds of tea, we saw several waterfalls and stunning viewpoints, stopped in at a school we passed and were swarmed by about 100 kids! Did a spice, fruit and veg plantation tour, tried fresh papaya and freshly grown ground coffee and even bought tea and essential oils from the shop for literally nothing.... It was fantastic, everything, right down to the last night when we tried to eat ...
... Pon Home Stay - Near the bus stand and overlooking a tea estate - http://ponhomestay.blogspot.com/
Pavin Home Stay
River View Retreat - just below Misty Creek.
Sinna Dorai Bungalow at Parry Agro Paralai Estate: ...
... the administrative office of the Kochi kings, now it acts as a heritage site housing the past in an ever changing present towards a glorious future. Again, no photography, but all was captured in our memories, as we went through exhibits of crowns and ornaments of erstwhile Cochin royal family, various historic paintings, sculptures in stone and marble, weapons, inscriptions, coins, household utensils etc. The Horse cart gallery and weapon gallery are amazing as well. The major ...
... we had caught a late 6:30am bus or an early 7:30am bus - this is India time, which we became acquainted with on our future bus journeys. To our surprise, our first public bus experience which was 4 and a half hours long, was fine. We had no complaints and the scenery, as we made our way into the hills, was beautiful.
The bitter taste of tea?
Munar is a small town in the hills of east Kerala and is surrounded by tea and spice plantations. ...