T&U Leisure Hotel
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... We also saw a serpent eagle and some common southern langurs me and kirsty have seen a million times as they are a pest in north india but the crew hadn't so they liked them. We arrived in the town and had tea. A guy turned up to try and resolve the situation, to be honest we had no idea what are guide was for as he was not a ranger and was unable to sort anything out that involved the park. The guy who turned up said he could give us a jeep safari tomorrow morning followed by ...
... Da Gama, who introduced India to the World, was originally buried.
We then came near the Jewish part of Cochin and ventured into Mattancherry palace or the Dutch Palace. As with all palaces in India, no photography allowed. Based on traditional Kerala style architecture, with a courtyard in the middle, couple of temples on either side, the palace still stands as a remembrance of the lifestyle of our royalty when the Indian culture and architecture was slowly being injected ...
... like peanut brittle and a savory thing that tasted a bit like falafel but definitely wasn't. Then when we reached the cottage there was a full meal served with poppadom, rice and a potato curry(supposed to be very good for rheumatism) 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 home stay(where you stay with an Indian family in their house ) and there were 4 rooms ...
Today I head to the hills of Munnar. I have a driver for the next 5 days, his name is Raju and he speaks good English without a thick Indian accent. From Madurai to Munnar it is 150k's, we leave at 930am and arrive at the a Guest House at 3pm, with only a 20 minute lunch break. The drive is spectacular, Munnar is 1400 masl, so we head up through the hills to a high point of 2000masl before heading down into the tea plantations of Munnar. The road is ...
... the serenity. After top station we wound back down the hill to town where we went in search of lunch, Michael noticed at the perfect moment a place we had read about called Saraven Bhaven and so off we sprinted. This place was overflowing with locals and we were jostled into two spare seats and two banana leaves slapped down on our tables. Then several different curries and about 8 giant servings of rice where slopped down on that. We copied the family sitting at ...