T&U Leisure Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... time of day to spot any animals. Best we got were a few Bison really far away. After a 90 minute drive back we showered and met the girls up and walked to a nice place for dinner. We came out to find that the road had been replaced with a river! We eventually managed to flag down a rickshaw to take us the 5 minute journey home and he only just made it through the water with his vehicle. We settled for the night to watch a film which was spoilt by the storm stopping the ...
... and some milky bar!
The trek started at 6.30 am from the hotel with tea and biscuits (we had a tea named exotica) the trekking group was very nice with 2 German girls, a Dutch girl (who was born in England) an american man and us. Our guide was quiet but very knowledgeable and as we zigzagged up through tea plantations he told us a little of tea workers life/tea process. There are approximately 60,000 people living in Munnar and 14,400 of them work in the ...
... you to see the eye balls and the eye have been made irritated so you can see them. The eyeball just goes back and forward,up and down, it is amazing but so funny. Same with eyebrows and then neck is thrown in. Is very amusing but I am sure they find it very serious. Then we get a one act show with both dancers, again it is all about facial gestures and hand movements. When the show is finished you can get your photo taken with the dancers, while I am in the queue I ...
... HX100V, I needed the zoom. The NEX5 would have been a better image but I had packed away the 70-200.
Elephants have right of way
Munnar is in the mountains (1300m I think) and is a famous honeymoon destination for Indians, it also has tea plantations covering miles and miles, with the highest peak in south India just around the corner.
Turned up here about 2pm from the bus station after a 5 hour journey on the government bus again, but also after the overnight taxi ride with Becca, so I hadn't slept much! Hopped off the bus in Old Munnar (thanks GPS) where the guest houses ...