Marthoma Retreat Home
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... the land is used to grow the tea, 2/3 is preserved for the environment and animals. The workers own 69% of the company (Kanan Devon Hills Plantation). They have schools, doctors, and grocers for the workers. Now days the people of Kerala are too well educated to work in the fields so they import workers from Nepal and Bangladesh. They are given jobs, a place to live and benefits. The wages are low but much higher than in their native ...
... shouldn't ask them bring you what you want, ask them what they have; incidentally we knew August was not a season for mango, now we found it's no season for white cheese either (at least that was the excuse du jour in some places) ...after many trials and tribulations we made it to the cool hill station of Munnar and visited beautiful tea and spice plantations in the area ...we were still amazed at the remarkable ...
Although the two towns basically sit on the same hill, Munnar is in the next state across to the west,Kerala, and is actually only 35 km away from Kodaikanal as the crow flies. But to get there we had to go all the way down the mountain and then back up it again making for a 5 hour journey from hell. The road up the mountain was particularly scary as the roads were narrow (really only wide enough for 1 car in places ) and bent tightly around the mountain ...
... told him off. And then mum or aunty or whoever pops up with a tiny baby monkey clutching its belly! Even our driver and the shop owners around were excited. Our driver didn't know where we were staying and neither did we, so he called butthole Bernard and found out. Then we tried to find it, for about 45 minutes. The poor man was so stressed out and the roads are all narrow and windy and bad quality. We eventually found it and our room ...
... or what (he worked for over a decade at a fancy hotel in Dubai). Drove from Fort Kochin to Munnar in our own private car and driver AJ– awesome! 1st stop elephant bathing, watched for a brief period of time and then headed out for more adventures. Spice demonstration garden….English speaking guide showed us how all sorts of spices are ...