Sisiram Cottage

Address: 9/18 A. M.S.A. Road, Munnar, Kerala, 685612, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 9/18 A. M.S.A. Road, Munnar.
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    Tea Tea Tea

    A travel blog entry by rooksfamily on Apr 06, 2015

    29 photos

    ... of activities each day. This was due in the first week to the full program offered by Vijay and Poonan and in the second week travelling with Anita and Amit who had limited time in Kerela. Now we're on our own we intend to slow down. Today our second full day at Munnar is a complete rest day with nothing planned. Isabel and I had a chat with a Canadian women and I mentioned the blog and she summed up well the difference in writing about the ...

    Tea, Spices And General Munnar-ness

    A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Jan 07, 2015

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    ... You'll also notice a **** tonne of eucalyptus trees growing in the area. Actually this is a lie, you won't notice until someone points them out then you'll be all like, oh yeah, loads of eucalyptus trees. The forest wasn't able to support the workers' need for firewood back in the day, they were burning it faster than it could grow, so back when the company was still British run they smuggled some ...

    Valparai - General Information - Updated December

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Dec 28, 2014


    ... Guaranteed Leech Territory; Red Mud = Unlikely to find Leeches. Wisdom courtesy Jagadeesan driver - it is true from our own experience.

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    Day 5: Fort Cochin

    A travel blog entry by williampotter on Dec 13, 2014

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    ... building with a Keralan interior built to assuage the Maharajah of Cochin in 1555 after the Portuguese looted a local temple. It now houses a history of the Cochin royal family up to its end in 1964, palanquins, royal wear and, most notably, exquisite vegetable-dye murals depicting scenes from the Ramayana. On one wall, these are incomplete, so you can admire the delicate outlines.

    Charles, our guide, like many young men ...

    Off to Kerala - 'Gods Own Country'

    A travel blog entry by differentstar09 on Mar 19, 2014

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    ... an Avatar of Mahavishnu (The Hindu God) threw his battle axe from Kanyakumari to northward across the ocean. As a result of the throw, the land of Kerala arose and thus was reclaimed from the waters. The area is famous for its huge tea plantations, coconut dishes and Ayurvedic spa treatments.

    We left early in the morning at 4 am to go to the airport. Our flight departed at 6 ...

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