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... budget after all... We were glad, we had decided to do the tour early in the morning as on the journey back down to the towns, the roads were extremely busy with local tourists who were loud and many.
After our tour, we were dropped back in town with the task of finding some lunch. We found eating places to be limited in Munnar and had to settle for a thali in a very local restaurant. Upon looking around, it seemed that the choice of ...
... a long, difficult drive, we walked around the park. This was our first glimpse of the tea plantations too - surrounding us on every side of every hill. We had climbed up about 3,000 feet (or more) and the air was now cooler, crisper, slightly humid, but very pleasant. Much more like an early summer day in England, of which I think we were very glad, after 5 weeks of heat and dust.
We carried on from the Park to the Tea Museum, just outside Munnar town. It's ...
... flowers, plants and bushes all labelled up. It was full of colours and smells and we both enjoyed looking at some exotic varieties of flowers and learning the names of flowers. Afterwards we were taken to the 'Honey Bee Tree'. This was a huge tree absolutely full of bee hives. They seemed to hang off every branch. It was a strange thing to see, we aren't sure why it's there or how long it's been there or why so many colonies of bees would all live so close ...
Evening at Stanmore. I love the ever changing skies.
Moth on fern frond
Crimson puff balls in the evening sky
... of plants and trees, including the poinsettia trees, the wild morning glory, sedum and stashorn fern, just to name a few. I always love walking among flowers. This was no exception. Afterwards we drove to see the Mattupatty Dam, and a nearby recreation area where you can go boating. It was disheartening to see the garbage on the shore abutting the lake. It took a lot away from the natural beauty. On the way back I asked Biju to stop at an ...