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... We visited the tea museum and learned how the planters built up communities. There were pictures showing the Planters Rugby Team through the ages. We learned how the Tata group became the majority shareholder after India Independence and how they sold their shares to the plantation workers in 2005 who now operate it as a cooperative venture in this communist region.
The town of Munnar itself is quite a grim affair so we hired a scooter and ...
... and talked utter B*****t) he sloped away from the table and we didnt see him for the rest of the evening. Phew! peace and quiet.
Next morning MM was absent from breakfast, instead he "chose to eat with friends" (the cook).
First stop the Tea Museum.
Today the weather is much clearer and we could see more of the beautiful countryside surrounding us. There was tea everywhere and it created a crazy paving type of effect over ...
... very slipery stones. i was ofcourse afraid to slip and hurt my enkle. with my not used on bare feet walking feet. yes chandra very funny he.
and the top point was a hike on the mountain with nice animals we saw. monkey , lots of birds and the homming bird yeahhh.
the hike was intermediate but good to do onley not downwards with the small stones.
even ancient drawnings at the rocks.
... and clinging to the edges of the valley. However, we spent half an hour enjoying the peace and quiet before climbing the 235 steps back to the top.
Our morning of sightseeing over, we headed back to British County for our final authentic Keralan lunch in the Munnar Hills. Filled with cucumber curry, aubergine and coconut, pumpkin and ginger, white rice and homemade poppadoms, we got back in the car for the long drive back to Kochin. As we left the hills ...
... other. The hives didn't look how we'd imagined, they looked like big blobs of honey almost about to drip off the tree. It was an amazing sight to see. Next we visited the expansive reservoir lake. This was also a great view as the water was a lovely blue green colour and the lake was flanked at all sides by mountains covered in forests, it reminded Izzy of Austria. The reservoir was part of a huge hydroelectric dam that powered the town and no doubt fed all the ...