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Silver Heights homestay on a height opp the Forest Office has a nice view of the Stanmore estate
West Ghats Inn no view, but in Cooperative Colony convenient to transport and eateries
... moonu" (literal meaning for Three) and “aaru” (literal meaning for river), hence meaning the location where three rivers converge. And the three rivers confluencing would be Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers.
Enroute to Munnar, we went to a Spice Garden, just to see all the spice varieties in one place, with a dedicated guide to explain how we differentiate, identify various plants, herbs, trees and spices, as well as to give us a quick brief on ...
... was decidedly mediocre though, but it was well worth a visit.
After lunch we drove up high on one of the ridges and walked down through the tea plantation villages and fields to arrive back in Munnar at sunset.
In the evening, our last in this area, we had a very nice slide show where the 6 of us shared favourite photos from the trip (in front of a roaring fire - it was very chilly up here).
From Kochi the four of us hired a driver for the day and took a day trip to Munnar. The scenery changed dramatically here to green lush hills. We slowly, very slowly, climbed up a long and winding road into the hills of Munnar to reach the lush green tea tree plantations. Munnar is famous for its tea and spice plantations.
Along the ...
... an island in the lake. He is a retired bus conductor and spends his time in Bible study.
My God! Look at the unbelievably low water level in the Upper Sholayar Reservoir