The Tall Trees
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... experience. We hopped on the motorcycle for the 10 minute ride to town.
My Teva sandals had come apart and I was happy to find a cobbler sitting on his haunches under a small faded black umbrella and clutching a shoe he was working on between his feet. I stood balancing on one leg while he put a few stitches in my sandal. No glue, so I hope they will ...
... everyone's choice. They're told where to live and how their children are to be educated, and once they retire at 58, what happens to their house then? I think they're given a pension, but are they kicked out unless their kids work on the plantation too and are thus entitled to company housing? Who knows. So the film went on to say how Tata then sold most of the tea plantations to the workers in the form of ...
A quite hotel situated high up in the centre of a tea plantation. Early morning breakfast of English toast and jam whilst looking over a mist laid valley was very peaceful.
Our tour today took us to visit a tea museum and a tea factory. This involved a 30 minute video about the history of tea and the English influence that was made during the late 19th century. For those of us that have done this before, it ...
... travel past an elephant crossing point but the driver says the elephants only come out in the evening. Then after four hours we get up into the mountains and there are rolling hills of emerald green tea plantations stretching into the distance. In the morning I head out for a run and through the hills, pure green tea is everywhere as well as colourful flowers and small indian huts. It's perfectly quiet and groups of indian women pass by, ...
... dash by those left without one. Thankfully, surrounded by such beauty and still so curious about India, we did not mind trekking around town for most of the day, searching. First, through the loud manic new bazaar in search of a useful source of information in the form of Joseph Iype, who runs a tourist office in town and a homestay in the hills. One hour later and with no luck deciphering our lonely planet or rough guide maps, both of which show the ...