Marthoma Retreat Home
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... 2 hours with Alleppey Residency and Cruise. I was excited getting a ride by a ‘Shikara’. Our ‘Shikara’ moved slowly towards the kayal (lake). We saw around 500 other houseboats in the lake. According to our ‘Shikara’ driver very year the government conducts an Annual boat race here. We were just staring at the green around us. I was full of excitement. The 2 hour "Shikara’ journey came to end with a blink of an eye.
Our driver ...
... around 100 ind (Indian rupees) locally or 200 in a restaurant so just gave him 500 which shocked him but whereas he thought that was generous it was a snip for the quality of meal and privilege it was to be invited in and eat that great home cooked meal... 500 ind is £5... And that was for 2 people...!! Perfect end to a perfect stay in Munnar, I hope the photos do justice to the place but if anyone ever visits ...
... terrible. They will serve you in the room as well which is what we did for dinners on our first trip. On subsequent trips we dined at the excellent Plaza Restaurant.
The Plaza Restaurant is spic and span, spotlessly clean and serves a delicious home style vegetarian and non-veg south Indian "meals" at lunch time, with excellent if ...
... moonu" (literal meaning for Three) and “aaru” (literal meaning for river), hence meaning the location where three rivers converge. And the three rivers confluencing would be Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers.
Enroute to Munnar, we went to a Spice Garden, just to see all the spice varieties in one place, with a dedicated guide to explain how we differentiate, identify various plants, herbs, trees and spices, as well as to give us a quick brief on ...
... that is 20kg of leaves! If they do not meet their 20kg target, they do not get paid the full amount. We received mixed messages about the health and safety for tea pickers. The company is supposed to provide protective clothing - sun hat, gloves, shoes, stockings and an apron (or something for the body area). Tea pickers often do not wear all of these items. There was a discrepancy whether the company actually even provide these, whether they only provide ...