Hotel S.N. International
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... expected time. We quickly realised that our first bus ride had been too easy and not prepared us for the real experience. This bus was packed and we were lucky to get a seat next to our bags. Indian pop music blasted out, and with its pink exterior we felt like we were on the venga bus. The road from Munnar to Kumily winds around the bumpy hill passes. It was beautiful scenery but this bus driver obviously felt that he should be a Formula ...
... bananas, custard apple, tumeric, and so many different flowers just to name a few. I think again pictures are worth a thousand words so hopefully the upload goes ok.
That night we had an amazing time at a Kerala cooking class. Kerala (the district) has a very distinct cuisine from the rest of India and it is probably my favorite so far. This is because almost everything has coconut in it! Coconut (and all its byproducts) ...
... a series of waterfalls which seemed to be an attraction for Indian tourists.One woman asked for a photo of me, and from then everyone wanted one. It may be a little racist,but their curiosity amused me. The waterfalls also attracted`street vendors and sellers due to the influx of tourists and thus attracted small furry scavengers to the area, giving us our first glimpse of a monkey.After a five hour ...
... I eat half of it or more – my stomach is still queasy – and we head off once again for the park.
Once we get to the park, I climb into the back of the jeep and the driver rolls up the plastic covers on the sides and top of the jeep. I love it. I am in the open air, in a park, amidst trees, looking for animals. What a lovely feeling. We see some Gaur, some monkeys and some deer. When we do the driver grabs my ...
... SLR in one hand! On the descent we saw many varieties of orchids which brought back happy memories of our wedding day (2 weeks ago now!). We also saw coffee plants, lemongrass and cardamom pods.
By the time we'd got to the bottom the heavens had opened and we were walking through a huge deluge of monsoon rains! First experience - woop woop!
So we'd gone through pretty much all the seasons apart from snow in ...