Club Mahindra Coaker's Villa
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... out a lot of Israelis will take time off after their military service, and many of them travel in this area. We were told about 80% of the Israelis that go to India do almost the exact same trip - it is like a pilgrimage.
We had a fun end to the night; we ate at the food court in the mall and met up with our new Sudanese friends for some ...
... strong evidence of the social and community cohesion which the temples and worship seem to inspire here.
We watched with disappointment to see young visitors from overseas taking selfie photos, their cameras stuck on the end of a long stick. Yet another sign it seemed of the desire to assert individuality at the cost of losing the only thing that really matters in life, our relationships with others. And of course there was no need to take selfies as there ...
... like we always do, but leisurely enjoyed without any solid trip plan.
The third day, We checked-out of the hotel in the mooring after paying the dues. It was a decent stay there, nothing to complain but had to thank for all their help. First stop 'Christ the King' Church, which is an old CSI church from the colonial era. As many other churches from the British age, this church too was of stone/granite build with stained glass. It was a ...
... of the waterfall.
We also had a 2 hour hike on foot through the mountains where the views were spectacular. At one point we spotted a wild Buffalo quite close to where we were walking and had to run when we realised we had spooked it as it looked as if it was going to charge at us! Got the heart racing a little I can tell you!
Tomorrow we are leaving Munnar and the state of Kerala to head to ...
... before the block was due to be lifted, but the traffic was so heavy and the road so narrow that the last 50km towards Munnar seemed to take forever.
Our driver seemed to be good and took the nonexistent mountain corners carefully when he needed to unlike most drivers we have encountered.
We eventually arrived into a very cool Munnar just after 8pm and checked into our room for the night at JJ's Cottage. The ...