Misty Mountain Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... last few hours on the boat taking in all the
captivating views before we were back in the madness of tuk tuks, buses and
hooting. Today was gonna be a travel day as we made our way up into the
mountains and hills to the tea plantations of Munnar. After a cruisy, mellow
bus driver on the hour journey between Allepey and Kottayam, there was nothing
cruisy and mellow about our next driver. The 5 hour journey up into the
mountains turned out to be a 5 ...
... improve loads of stuff and even brought in education for differently abled youngsters and provided ways for them to earn a living/make money for the company, in dyeing fabrics using natural dyes or growing strawberries and making preserves from them. Before I came to Munnar someone had told me about Tata pretty much owning the place, providing houses and schools, which sounds great. But they've essentially ...
... them before settling into a standing position for the 20-minute journey. The conductor kept asking us to sit; it seems they do with tourists, concerned we are not capable of standing for long periods!
Eventually we found a seat right at the front and there were smiles all round. Roger soon offered his seat to a woman carrying a little girl, and, now standing again, was offered a seat at the back of the bus several times. Finally he succumbed ...
... we walk along the road. Tree Daisies [Montanoa grandiflora] are very fragrant and are in profuse bloom right now.
Here come the Lion Tailed Monkey Brigade again, trooping down a lane onto the main road. They should be called Lion Face Monkeys instead ...
After a luxurious night at the Copper Castle, it was tea museum time, with a good display of how the traditional Indian tea is processed – cut and ground and dried to make the common 'dust tea.' Then our driver took us through the mountains of tea plantations - everywhere turning and winding with tea growing on every ...