The Tall Trees
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... singlets and undies in the shower which I know doesn't get them properly clean, but clean enough so that people wouldn't rather stand for four hours than sit next to you on the bus. I finally have access to hot water here so I thought I'd do a biggish wash and when the water is still filthy after the third pre-wash rinse, before you even put the powder in to get the real dirt out, you know you may have mild hygiene issues.
... to say he was starving! I had a lift to the top of the road with the guys that were going back to the hotel and got some toothpaste and a dairy milk fix, had a jog back down which was so much easier than walking because of the huge steep hill! HBO movie night with Richie rich and Hansel and Gretel tonight until we get fed again and an early night as we are absolutely exhausted. Lack of exercise and way too many curries and naan breads in two weeks has knocked us for ...
A lazy morning found us at a late breakfast at Rapsy. We had egg curry and omelette. Walking back revealed to Lauren that hidden on the corner of our road, not 100m from our hotel, was a cake store. This led to much celebration between Alex and Lauren, both of whom had been craving cake. Because when don't they?
Then we lay in bed watching TV until afternoon tea which was, obviously, cake. Admittedly the banana bread was sumptuous. Alex hit the ...
... like savoury pancakes), with, of course, tea. The strike unfortunately meant that we had no milk, but we made do with mint in our tea instead, which tasted very nice to me, less so to Lynds.
Because of the strike, and because we had crammed so much into Sunday, today was to be a relaxing day. We headed out for a walk amongst the tea plantations and then the forest. Our guides were Shaji and Robin; and we were joined by another English couple, Neil and Rosalynd, ...
... us from our previous visits. Good man.
We saw a small mouse deer lurking in a tea bush en route.
From Akkamalai bus stand, it is a short uphill walk to the tea factory. The views are fabulous. Here is one of ...