Hotel S.N. International
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... sure everyone was happy and understood what they were doing, constantly calling out "its easy, yes"; well we could all prepare veg, but when it came to making the keralean local bread, paratha that was another thing.
It was all great fun and it wasn't long before we were enjoying the fruits of our labour, including a welcome glass of beer.
We thanked our hosts and got back to the hotel around ten, I can't believe ...
... then descend to Centre Station then Bottom Station. When we reached TS we stopped for chai and supplies and we watched in amusement as the French ladies played in fascination with a little kitten that looked like a leopard. We hadn't really appreciated how hard walking down hill was until a few hours in. Although this path is used by locals to travel up and down the mountain it is some of the most treacherous terrain we encountered. Covered in rocks and ...
... the clinic. I am feeling weak from the exercise and lack of eating, so I sit on the steps and rest while they walk up the steps to the clinic. I have a hard time making it back to the dining area for lunch. I am feeling nauseous as well as tired and I need to make a lot of stops along the way. The lunch is – you guessed it – spicy Kerala food, so I eat even less than I did of the breakfast. I realize that I am going to have ...
... a great feed then chilled out and slept like babies, next moring was meant to be more sightseeing but we had our train to Delhi to catch so we had a huge pancake breakfast cooked for us and headed off – the drive down was not too bad, Marc still making his noises but before long we were back in the hot sticky weather and dropped off at the train station………next stop Delhi.
Tour cost - £30 each including all food and room
So after settling in nicely in Kerela we did a touristy type trip to to see the tea plantations of Munnar!
This involved getting an allocated taxi driver for a couple of days (and paying for his lunches!!!) and he drives you to Munnar and around the region hitting all the hotspots.
So it takes 4 hours of him shouting place names loudly at us until we understand what he is saying through fairly tricky roads. Although ...