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Next morning we left Alleppy and headed for Munnar. Munnar is another must see in India. It is situated inland in the mountains around 2000 metres above see level. It is famous for its tea plantations. Bhavani and Anita were especially excited to visit here with their love of tea. We stayed at a resort 10 kms out of town surrounded by bushland. It was scenic and tranquil. The first time in the trip where we didn't hear the sound of vehicle ...
... and grandparents worked here. Women would start work picking tea at 8am and finish at 5pm with a morning and afternoon break and a break for lunch. His mother would wake up at 4.30am, prepare breakfast and lunch for the family, go to work and in the evening when she got home she'd make dinner, do the laundry, the washing up, all of the usual jobs expected of a woman in a traditional Indian family, before ...
... to those who are interested. Several plantations in Valparai are actively involved in restoration of the original rain forest, and have set up rainforest species nurseries within their estates.
If you do not have your own wheels, autos and taxis are readily available on the main road of Valparai town. Negotiate for a ...
... guard had in the mean while walked down the tower, and we could see him, strolling through the forest, without any protection, looking for any other wild life. He says, wild life will not attack him as long as he does not disturb them. Just amazing…
After he comes back, we get down from the tower, and take another route, along the path of one of many streams running through the sanctuary. We just enjoyed the silence of the wildness.
With a little bit ...
... studied it intensely. We walked passed a tea factory and the aroma was hypnotising. Tom dragged me away and we strolled through a small village when the pathway began to look a bit solitary and leading to no mans land. We decided to head back up to the main road to meet the tuk tuk by cutting across a field with cows and a stream. Immediately we were approached by a couple of boys who were washing their bicycle in the stream. Whilst Tom inspected the bike with ...