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... had these before and it was like a mini pasty deepfried:) I think I ate more of Ollies meal than my own. Including drinks this cost 4pounds. We went back on our last night too and had the same but chicken fried rice instead of the noodles. We also found a little tiny shop called pastry corner where we bought slices of margerita (sauce was a little spicy of course!) pizza for lunch 15p each and the lady gave me a cookie to try which was heavenly, ...
... toy train which goes from ooty down to mettupalayam at the foot of the mountain for the cost of 9 rupees. The slow little train was definitely worth it. It was a picturesque journey, with waterfalls, bridges, viaducts, tunnels, tea gardens and gorgeous mountain views which captivated us around every corner. After 3 hours we arrived in a random little village where we had to navigate our way to a bigger city so we could make our way to munnar (another hillstation) the next day. We ...
... hall. When the land was sold to the current owners, it was decided keeping in mind the legacy of the place, the hotel would be designed. So the hotel now has suites dedicated to the classic movies from Bollywood, Hollywood and Tollywood. Apart from having the most luxurious interiors, the aesthetics of every room are tuned to the movie associated with it. Even the hallways have very beautiful photographs of the famous film personalities. Very unique concept and very well ...
... you have to choose in this garden and Blossom park I would suggest to skip Blossom park.
While returning back one can travel down from Munnar - Thekkadi route and then catch any transport to reach favored destination. We came via the Munnar- theni- Bodi route.
Lockhart Gap just 13 km from Munnar, is an ideal place for adventure tourism and trekking falls on this route. The fresh mountain air, the mist-clad hills ...
... great to see the pickers - hard , wet work . We also visited a spice farm in the hills, it is a big cardamon growing area - a spice they use to make 'chai' their national drink. (creamy milk, cardamon and lots of sugar) Tata own the 60 000 acres of plantations in this area, and grow tea for Tetley amongst others. The spice farm was interesting - saw coffe, cacao, vanilla, nutmeg,pepper, cinammon and many other fruits and spices. Also visited the ...