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... guys? Some black pepper." It works surprisingly well though. I mean, I won't be adding it to my list of **** To Try Once I Get Back Home, but as a one off it was very doable.
Then we wove our way through spice plantations, mainly cardamon. The pods grow at the bottom of a green, stalky type plant, but not stalky in the way I am when I have a crush on the barmaid at my local. As in, it's stalks with ...
... as they are not frequent. Currently, buses take 4 hours to reach Athirapally due to poor roads on the Kerala side. Taxis can be engaged from Valparai.
Almost every tea estate has its own little dam and small streams with picturesque waterfalls. Ask the locals there and discover for yourself!
What to buy
Tea, it ...
... br> Elephant park- we saw the elephants although as we are on a budget and have done an elephant ride in Thailand we didn't take them up on the elephant ride.
Echo point- Another big lake in a valley which meant all sounds echoed.
Honey Tree- unfortunately, there wasn't much growing but we did get to sample some from a street vendor.
Top station- high viewpoint in the mountains that would have been good if we could see through the ...
... was a Kerala-wide general strike, supported by all but one of the main political parties, and remarkable for its widespread support (or compliant behaviour) amongst the populace. If there was one instance in which Indians have shown any concerted, consistent discipline or obediance in our time here, it was in obeying this strike. This may be more to do with the general treatment of the strike as an impromptu public holiday, but never mind that now.
We took a steep uphill short cut through a tea path
Grapefruits were growing wild on this tree. No one seemed interested in plucking the fruit and it was ...