Las Palmas Munnar
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... It really is quite beautiful.
The museum was very old and clearly not well funded but we were shown a documentary film which was quite interesting and told us that TATA had sold the plantation to its workers who were well looked after and catered for.
Lunch again at our guesthouse and we needed all our energy for MM in the car on the 4 hour drive home again.
Gosh never were we so glad to see the back of someone!
... had paid for another night at dream catcher homestay (Bernard's homestay) but we didn't want to ever see his smarmy face again so we got the driver to take us to the bus station and we gapped it to Alleppey. The bus was great and hilarious, one of the public transport buses so we were all packed in tight. We got in next to a poor boy who had the window seat and squished him, we had to have our backpacks between our legs. He must have hated ...
... own car or taxi, then it is better to be in Valparai town where you can easily get public buses, autos and taxis to move around.
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... a third bus. We climbed in and so did the driver, with whom we promptly confirmed our destination before immediately setting off.
The road wound through the waterways dotted with lilies and lotuses and past rice paddies on reclaimed land.
We made a quick connection in Kottayam. Due to the rough roads that lay ahead, we were advised to sit near the front. Unfortunately, only the back row was free. The problem was ...
... are used to this now though and are able to take it in our stride without losing heart. We're looking forward to hiking up to the "Top Station" tomorrow which will be our highest altitude yet and a good pre-Himalayan warm-up trek. Also, we had a wonderful waiter this evening who filled our water bottle with chai to take back to the hotel. That has definitely taken away the sour taste from the hoo-hah earlier and tomorrow we can start enjoying Munnar in ...