Elephant Valley Eco Farm Hotel
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... The western Ghats(Ooty was also in the Ghats) contains 27% of India's flowering plants and an incredible array of wildlife. Apparently the Ghats are home to the highest density of King Cobra snakes in the world and is also one of the wettest places on earth, dropping up to 9m of rain in some parts during the monsoon. Luckily we have seen neither rain nor cobra!! Its not just the air and relative lack of pollution thats refreshing in the Ghats but there is ...
... at 9 AM service. Took few snaps around the church after the service and moved to Coaker's walk which is adjacent to the Church.
Coaker's walk is a short half a mile walk through the edges of the steep slopes of the Kodai hill. There was a small entry fee for the attraction to promote tourism. The location is good for a short morning / evening stroll tasting fresh sweet carrots. One could take some postcard pictures from this ...
We've decided that while were on placement, we'll try and do trips out of Kochi on the weekends, so on Saturday morning, we headed out early from our guesthouse with Jinu, a taxi driver we hired for the weekend (or supposedly did, more on that later). Munnar is towards the border of Tamil Nadu and home to Kerala's tea plantations. The altitude means it's cool, especially at night which was a relief after a sticky few days in Kochi.
... We ate a delicious lunch and then were taken to the tea museum. Three keen photographers, we asked the driver to stop at almost every turn in the road so that we could take pictures of the gorgeous tea fields. The museum was OK, but the landscape was the real attraction. We then drove to town to buy some spices and Indian wine (who knew India produced wine?!) and went back for dinner and ...
Happy day after Christmas everyone!
It's a funny thing, spending Christmas abroad. On the one hand its great to escape all the shopping madness, airports, and Adam's obsession with holiday music. On the other hand...not having them around reminds me of how wonderful the people in my life are.
But enough with the sappy stuff, Christmas was yesterday and today I've come down from the mountains to start exploring ...