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... asks if there was something wrong with the food and we tell him this. Suddenly we are surrounded by the waiter, the duty manager and the head chef all grovelling and apologising and in our tired state all this fuss is much more fun than the meal itself. We decline the offers of another meal or coffee in our room and call it a night. Ahead of us tomorrow is Mumbai, Jane's nemesis for this trip and we have a mixed feeling of anticipation ...
... pants, white shirt and orange hat. It would be hard to lose him with all of those colors. We sang a rousing version of O Canada near the top as it is not common to find a place outside where you can sing and scream until your hearts content. After a ride to Munnar City we visited the Tea Museum which provided a history of the tea trees that cover the landscape here. The history includes floods, change of ownerships a the way to today where 69% ...
... into many different items and finally the coconut flesh and milk are used for drinking, in cooking and as oils for the body. The mighty coconut is a life source here. The home stay then organised for us to be peacefully taken through the narrow village canals by pole boat. This was quite magical because as sunset we saw a few fireflies dancing in the dusk. After a lovely home cooked thali meal we all went snug to our beds for a relaxing sleep...or so we thought! Before I had even ...
... Thomas sang to us. After spending a few days in Alleppey we made our way to Thekkady, home of the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. We found an amazing homestay in Thekaddy, Meadow View Inn. Not only did they have puppies, but our room had a balcony with a hammock that overlooked the rolling green hills of the Wildlife Sanctuary. On the first day we heard langur monkeys calling out to each other and then were actually able to see them swinging from tree to tree. I had a feeling that ...
... would have been a refreshing change. Very hot and bothered today, can't seem to find a cool spot. There is a French couple arriving at lunch time & I'm hoping that they will swell the conversation at both lunch & dinner. I would kill for a cold beer right now! Wonderful lunch, spirits restored, relaxed and read in the afternoon at 5pm ...
Other places to stay in Idukki
Thekkady, Idukki | Hotelfrom $24
\N, Idukki | Hotelfrom $46
83 Rue Gambetta, St-Jean-de-Luz | 3 star hotelfrom $46
Chandana group of hotels, Marayoor P.O, Idukki | Hotelfrom $19
Marayoor P.O, Idukki | Hotelfrom $12
Semni Valley Estate, Idukki | Hotelfrom $74