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... off about 10am and within 30 minutes we had seen Sambar Deer. By lunch time we had covered about 10k, walking up and down hills and through thick, dark forest. Every now and then my imagination went wild as I pictured Richard Parker's (Life if Pi) orange and black stripes running past us! Unfortunately no elephants and tigers on day one, but we did see more sambar deer, monkeys, monitor lizard, bison, a tortoise and what seemed liked hundreds of different birds. Chris Packham eat ...
... by a collection of gruesome crosses.We move on to visit a tea estate belonging to a company I had never heard of but who seem to be big here. Maju takes us into the middle of some tea bushes and picks two leaves and a bud and gives us a little of the background to tea. The leaves are picked twice every month and taken by the woman in baskets tied to their back to the processing factory.Our next stop is a christian ashram (cistercian monastery) set up by ...
... Park. I am so looking forward to it. Biju drops me off and I wait in line with the other tourists – mostly Indian – to pay and catch the bus up into the park. They do not allow private vehicles and they also do not allow walking anywhere but on the designated walkway. They are very eco and animal conscious. One of the signs says the park has a reputation for being the cleanest park in India, and asks for help to keep it that way. ...
... heading in the right direction, just a day early.
The scenery on the journey to Kumily was incredible.
It was green, mountainous and beautiful and reminded us a lot of the Peruvian Highlands. We made a couple of brief stops at viewpoints and waterfalls, our taxi driver being only too happy to do everything he could for us. The people in India had been so hospitable so far making our trip so enjoyable. ...
... lies like a dazzling crystal teardrop set in an emerald necklace. The natural beauty of this splendid location makes it a much visited place in Munnar, ideal for picnics.
Top Station: This vantage point at a distance of about 32 km from Munnar offers some of the most spectacular views of the majestic Western Ghats. It is the highest point at an altitude of around 1700 meters en route to Kodaikanal.
Mattupetty: The town of ...
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