The Tea Sanctuary
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... around, we were again served delicious Kerala delicacies prepared on board make it a life time experience.
With the houseboat docked in a corner of the lake, we dozed off, after a tiring lazy day.
We got up early to the silence around us, and the near zero visibility mist over the lake, a light drizzle along with the cool refreshing breeze. We were to check out after an hours cruise from the lake to the docking spot. In the meanwhile, we were served, a ...
... we'd paid Bernard the butthead and he needed to call him. Buttface Bernard has the nerve to then get on the phone to me to confirm what we'd pay for - the 'organised' trip, you greedy man. Somehow Mr homestay sorted it out with Mr butt and we left. We hope they got paid! We were supposed to do a trek that day according to the (nonexistent) plan, but as our driver had no clue what we were supposed to be doing he just drove us back to ...
... br> From Chennai
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The Green Hills Hotel is the only proper hotel in Valparai with well appointed rooms and the only licensed bar, though not the best place to spend more than a couple of nights in. There ...
... numerous other spices and bananas, lemons, papayas, miniature pineapples, litchis and mangos. I wish the photographs could transmit the smells that accompanied us on our walk.
The road from the spice gardens to Munnar got progressively steeper and windier. The views rivaled those I have seen on any South African or European ...
... safely in the crook of a tree branch with Baby merrily chomping away on a brinjal he had helped himself to from ...