The Tea Sanctuary

Address: KDHP House, Munnar, Kerala, 685612, India | Hotel
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      Kerala - Cochin, Alleppey and Munnar

      A travel blog entry by hsdodril on Jun 18, 2014

      124 photos

      ... various streets of Cochin. Our first stop in Fort Kochi, Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica, originally built in 1558, and luckily managed to stay out of the plunders of the Dutch conquerors, but later consecrated in 1905. A Kerala Christina marriage was in progress, during our visit, and we silently blessed the bride and groom and slipped out.

      We then went on to St. Francis church, standing tall from 1503, it is the oldest church in India. It was also here, that the famous ...

      Death road to Tea

      A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jan 29, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... of level in the plantation. Tea harvesting is a year round business with each tea bush lasting 100 years or so. If a bush is handpicked it can be picked again in 15 days, if it is picked with the shearer machine it can be picked again in 25 days.

      We arrived at the cottage at about 3.45 pm again knackered but content and with some food leftover! We prefered this walk to the one we did in Ooty. Although it was longer it wasn't as steep and the decent was easier. As well ...

      Fifty Shades of Green

      A travel blog entry by bubblyb23 on Jan 08, 2014

      3 photos

      ... lane with 17 hair turn bends. At one stage we are high among the mist and cloud and visibility is about 20 meters. No one here drives with their lights on so it was impossible to see anything coming, once again horns are the main method of communication. The drive to Munnar goes through lush forest, tea plantation and eucalyptus forests. There are even signs for elephant crossings, apparently there are wild elephant here, I find this hard to imagine. ...

      Tea Time

      A travel blog entry by needswashing on Jan 15, 2013

      6 photos

      ... mostly girls. Even now as I write this 1.5 months in the future this is still true). The day after the hike we squeezed 3 in a tuk tuk and took it up to the top station (covered in cloud so no view) and back along the sights on the way back. One of which was a very strange setup, lots of toys, fruit and CDs being sold along the road next to Echo Point, where you can shout at the lake and it echoes back.. Fun for 5 minutes anyway. More entertaining ...

      Tea - the best drink of the day....

      A travel blog entry by cotysmore on Nov 23, 2012

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... So we returned, back to the homestay for lunch which, sadly, had an unfortunate effect on me just before we were to embark on the 120km trip back to Kochi. And the 120km took us four hours. And the roads in India are appalling. But, for the sake of completeness of this tale I can report that I did get back without any embarrassment!

      Bonus time: Probably the highlight of our two day trip was when our driver spotted proper real wild elephants just across the lake ...

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