Grand Paradise Inn
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... which is shorter than the other routes. There is a safari trip on this route. Sections of the road are not paved. The area on the way to Munnar grows spices and herbs and many indigenous people live here. The place is named after a British Governor Moyer who is buried here.
LESSON: Sight seeing wear shoes. Temple trips wear sandals.
Most of the other sites are different rock formations, which may or may not seem to look like what they claim to be. The ...
... to a gawking crowd of sunscreen coated tourists. This sense of adventure is one that will always seem vague and unimportant until experienced first hand. The feeling I held on that hike is the one I wish to live with for a lifetime.
That being said, this hike was made authentic by its sheer difficulty. 6000 feet down, then 2000 up. Then vice versa on the way back. This is the trek we were forced to take to attain our final reward. The Village.
What we were ...
... bag. Overall the museum had been so interesting and was a great way to finish off our tour of Munnar, a destination that we thoroughly enjoyed and would have loved to have spent more time.
After leaving the Tea Factory we were ready to eat and said goodbye to Manesh, jumping into the first Indian restaurant we could find. We had a delicious feast which only cost us £3 … for both of us … including ...
... bought some socks (the nights get pretty chilly) and a kilo of homemade chocolate!
The girls were then leaving on a bus, so me and the German just ended up playing cards out on the patio in front of the dorm, before we met a huge group of Indian guys who were on holiday celebrating a graduation from some sort of college/university course (I didn't really quite understand what!). They had alot of brandy, so we spent the ...
... small in geographical area is a treasure trove of natures abounding glories. Every nuke and cranny of it is crammed with the luxurious bounties of nature. The town is located at a distance of about 13 km from Munnar at an altitude of 1700 meters above sea level. Mattupetty is famous for its much renowned dairy farm; the Indo-Swiss livestock project. A large variety of high yielding cattle are reared in Mattupetty. At a stones throw away lies ...
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