Saravana Bhavan Hotel
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... once dried, tastes weirdly like chocolate and no, I have no idea why this surprised any of us. It's chocolate but without the sugar if you can imagine that? It wasn't bitter either which I think is what I was expecting.
Cloves. They're here too. They're green on the plant then they're sundried to the little stabby things we know and love and enjoy sticking in oranges at Christmas. You ...
... At the Rajamala we took a bus to the top of a mountain. Then we trekked even higher up the mountain where we got to see a wild mountain goat. It was very interesting to see how it climbed up the mountain and how it went down. All in all it was very fascinating to see how tea is made and climbing up the mountain was fun. Tomorrow we are going to Thekkady and maybe I’ll get to ride an elephant day ...
... It is fair to say, we both breathed a sigh of relief once we were down from the mountain. Unfortunately, the relief didn't last when we hit some of the country roads shortly after.....It actually felt very much like being on a roller coaster. Munnar was a fantastic place to visit with cooler mountain air and great views.
So, our next stop is a day in Alleppey where we are hoping to take a boat down the Keralan backwaters.
Stacey and Ben x
... e.g. "use the roots of this plant, crush, rub on scalp, temple and glands for 21 days and your migraine go away", to the more obscure "rub into your head for 7 days and your hair grow back thick and strong" and "this leaf, you make into paste and it make you powerful, like bull...y'know, like, virile" (casting sidelong glances at me and another English chap as he said this). He was somewhat disheartened that we didn't take a small truck load of the potions, lotions ...
Friendly worker who showed us the path to the main road
Estate workers quarters
This is the short cut path through the wilderness. Thankfully it was dry now due to the poor monsoons, else this ...