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... place, where we saw little dolmens. Locals called them ‘Muniyara’. These Dolmens were used as burial chambers, which was made of four stones placed on edges and covered by a fifth one called the cap stone. Then our driver told us that these were belonging to pre-historic (Stone Age) man. We witnessed only some of remnants of these dolmens. We thanked our driver for this place. Then, we moved towards Marayoor (same route which we came from). Then, through Udumalpet we reached Coimbatore. ...
... of the day? Munnar is so called because it's where three rivers meet, and "munnar" means three in Tamil. Kiiiiinda... Actually something similar means three but I can't remember what the actual word is. I fail.
We made our way to the tea fields and as we walked through the rows, Anwin told us about the lives of the tea plantation workers. His family have moved back to Tamil Nadu now, but ...
Anamalai Nature Information Centre
Set up by Parry Agro and Nature Conservation Foundation www.ncf-india.org/
this is located at Iyerpadi on the main Pollachi Valparai road, next to the picturesque Iyerpadi Dispensary. They organise guided treks / nature walks and provide information about the local flora, fauna ...
... to the east and the majestic hills of the Western Ghats in all directions. For a small fee, a forest guard cum tourist guide accompanied us to the tower. We slowly climb the tower, anxious to get a view of the unexpected. With the heat increasing gradually, we wait impatiently, straining our eyes, to get a glimpse of wild life in this sanctuary, maybe a panther, tiger, elephant, deer etc.,
After about 15 minutes, I spotted a Nilgiri Tahr couple, casually feasting on the forest. ...
... to Kerala). The scenery was lush and green. On the way back, our tuk tuk driver stopped and pointed to a pathway deeper into the valley that passed a tea factory and a farm and small community. He said to follow the road and he will meet us on the other side without specifying where the other side actually was. We looked at the inviting pathway and happily went to explore. On our way we met 3 teenagers who asked us for a British coin. Tom gave them 20p ...