Spice Garden Resort
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... like peanut brittle and a savory thing that tasted a bit like falafel but definately wasn't. Then when we reached the cottage there was a full meal served with popadom, rice and a potato curry(supposed to be very good for rheumartism) and it was delicious-Ollie even went back for seconds.
The cottage in the plantaions was basic but clean and comfortable. It was like a homestay (where you stay with an indian family in their house ) and there were 4 rooms ...
... the tuk tuks, motorbikes, pedestrians, trucks and livestock that filled the crowded streets, the driver hardly even glanced at his tiny credit card size wing mirrors, except to check how closely he had missed the last hapless pedestrian that had dared to stray into his path. Beeping your horn seams to be mandatory here, with many trucks bearing signs requesting you to honk, which our driver did frequently and with great fervour for all five hours of the ride! We are ...
Famous Nancy Quotes – "My Shark got narced in my wet willy" and “I haven't bought a ring piece” and “Sphincster” and “Rung our ring piece” and “I put it in the wrong hole” (referring to putting money in her money pouch).
Mr. Saj bent over backwards to get up early to have breakfast for us at 6am, man does he know ...
... didn't want money or anything for his tea he was just being a Good Samaritan to two sweaty fat tourists. Good on him. We finally came after a little more walking to a small town where there were restaurants and hotels and we had a great lunch at one of them with the most glorious outlook over tea plantations and mountains. All trip in Munnar Michael kept saying, "all I want to do is walk through a tea plantation that's all I want to do." So downstairs in the lobby he deposited me on ...
... mountain blue'.
The view from the road of the valley ringed by mountain ranges
On our previous visits we had excellent sightings of the Great Pied Hornbill (Great Indian Hornbill) here. No such luck this time so far. I had my ...