Munnar Inn

Address: Telephone Office Junction,Opposite BSNL Office, Munnar, Kerala, 685612, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Telephone Office Junction,Opposite BSNL Office, Munnar, is near Tea Gardens.
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      Tea glorious tea.

      A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Aug 28, 2014

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      ... of Munnar. The scenery is really like nothing else as we trekked around two of the tea plantations, one on our own to a view point and waterfall and the other was a 15km hike as part of a guided group. The sculpted tea bushes roll forever into the distance with the workers are scattered around the plantations from dawn till dusk picking the leaves for tea. The workers get paid about 2 a day, but the tea company provides healthcare, housing, and schooling for ...

      Mountain Trek

      A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Apr 16, 2014

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      ... it to the tea factory that we had spied in the hazy distance from the mountain top. It was RS100 to get in and only the French girls could be bothered paying for it. So we sat outside drinking the tea our guide arranged for us. The whole area reeked of tea. The Jeep took us back into town where we stopped at the Saravana Bhavan and had another meal. This time we had the “special” thali. It was actually way better than the one the day ...

      Munnar - Cycling through tea and spice plantations

      A travel blog entry by cavilleharris89 on Oct 21, 2013

      ... and mist here, but had spectacular views over the Western Ghats. It was truly breathtakingly beautiful watching the clouds move through the mountains casting shadows over the perfectly manicured plantations. From the highest point it was a sharp cruise downhill to Vattavada town, where we were supposed to stay the night. However, Thomas had never even been this far out himself, with having lost cell phone signal because we were in a new state, we began a massive ...

      The National Highway (tea road)

      A travel blog entry by mikeandciara on Jan 11, 2013

      The journey from Kumily to Munnar was probably the most scenic drive of our trip so far, certainly on a par with some of the road trips in Laos. The national highway running through high tea plantations in the Western Ghats is no more than a country lane really, with large busses hammering round the tight winding roads, and tea on the slopes in every direction as far as the eye can see. We stopped several times to take in the view and get some photographs. Mum ...

      Tea Time

      A travel blog entry by farokht on Mar 12, 2012

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      ... and with the rest of the gang on my heels, I make a bee-line to see why. Turns out that the small road ran in front of the workers' homes. The homes were beautifully painted with an assortment of cheerful colors, blending well with the colorful clothes of the children and women. We were an instant draw, quickly being surrounded by the kids.

      Hiking up the hill past the workers' homes and then through the maze of pathways snaking throughout the plantation, ...