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... if they pick over they do get extra money which surprised and pleased me, and last year Tata introduced a machine which only requires four people to operate. So there are pros and cons to this, both are obvious. If you only need four people to operate a machine that picks tea at a rate that four people using scissors would never even dream of matching, people will be out of jobs. Tata will save a lot ...
Ranging from 1650m to 2300m high, you can see the Grass Hills looming over Valparai.
Accessible by road from Akkamalai but you need Forest Dept. permission. Also accessible from Iyer Padi. Public bus goes to Akkamalai.
Accessible by public bus. This is essentially a ...
... a mammoth 17 1/2 hour journey on 2 buses. It is fair to say we were a little tired and grumpy. After a quick nap, we took ourselves to the roadside hut/restaurant for some vegetable fried rice and curry- our new favourite cuisine fusion and felt much better. Munnar is famous for its tea plantations, so, our task for our first day was to find out about the best options to explore the area. We were soon approached by a rickshaw driver who seemed friendly ...
... next 3 days: Shaji, a very pleasant and considerate Keralan in his mid-thirties, who had spent the past year working as a tour guide/driver, after having spent a few years working in construction in Dubai (like so many other Keralan men, it seems). The journey to Munnar is a long one: approx 4-5 hours by car. It's actually not a large distance, only 150km, but the windy, hillside roads are slow, and generally in disrepair, ie full of potholes, bumps and rubble. So, ...
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This morning we had decided to walk up to the old Woodhouse Mansion in Puthuthottam Estate.
Came across some dilapidated old wooden warehouses on the way.