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... and ayurvedic treatment centres.
We climbed towards Munnar (through Pala and Oonukal). Nearing Munnar, we saw some litchi trees, orange trees and rubber trees. The climate was cool consistently. We reached Munnar at 10.30 pm. We directly moved to our resort, Ayur County resort.
4th day- Munnar Sightseeing
The next day, we planned to do local sightseeing. So, we first went to Mattupetty dam. The dam was on a never ending long lake. We stepped down ...
... walk through tea plantations, spice plantations, and up a **** off great big hill to gawp at some views. It was still dark as I shuffled into the street to find a tuk tuk to take me to Green View. And that's another thing about Munnar, people keep quoting me fair prices. I was told on the phone yesterday when I spoke to Deepak about the walk that it should only be ₹30, so I'd approached a ...
... as the food at Plaza was more than satisfactory.
Sabari Veg Mess is the only place we saw that serves only vegetarian food for those who are particular about eating veg only in a veg restaurant.
There is a strong tea shop and bakery culture here as in the Nilgiris. All the bakeries we tried were consistently good, serving fresh ...
... well in ensuring the boom of a tea industry, that would going forward go global.
It was evening, when we reached our stay, Abad Copper Castle, nested amongst the valleys, next to a streaming river, away from the hustle bustle of the Munnar town. With a balcony outside our rooms, the mountains in front of us, the drizzling weather, it was just perfect.
19-Jun-2014 – With a day of stay left in Munnar, we wanted to make the best out of it, to visit the ...
... and no replacements, or if it is the choice of the tea pickers not to wear them. We could see from afar the housing provided for the tea pickers. Again, we heard different stories about the conditions of living here and the rights of the workers. Tea companies also provide schooling for the children of the tea picker families and hospitals. However, we were told that the quality of the services were poor. It also appeared that the locals expect more from ...