Heritage Methanam Munnar
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... path to the top of the waterfalls, where since luckily, there was no gushing water, we could relax amidst the slow flowing water and the boulders, enjoying the silence of the forests around us, and the thunderous roar of the waterfall a hundred feet on the other side. Even though, we thought that by leaving early, we could beat the majority of tourists, there were lot of groups, families, friends, and co-workers etc., each group settling in for spots that are not disturbed by the ...
... the pictures, were kangaroos in the streets like cows in India etc. Made me home sick to see how beautiful Australia is. We take it so much for granted, The clean air, the blue sky, the sandy beaches. It was lovely to share this moment with this shop owner we must teach young Australians and New Zealand's how lucky we a to live in these country's. Then I grabbed a tuk tuk to Ghandi Museum. Oh bugger it was closed for lunch, I was wandering around ...
... by thick forest for as far as my eyes could see. It was magical. I could imagine a butterfly fluttering past and miraculously talk to me just like in the Disney movies! So remote and so beautiful. The next day we went out on a trek through the local area. Crossing a rickety bridge we walked through more thick forests on the hunt for a nearby tribal village. Unfortunately all we found were some Emu but the scenery on the way was worth it. Not satisfied with just a ...
... The Bombay Burma Trading Corporation [Mudis]– www.bbtcl.com/
N.E.P.C Tea Garden Ltd.
What to see:
The many tea estates are scenic and delightful to stroll through. Most have forest corridors, pretty little private dams and streams flowing through them. Please do not litter or ...
The Lonely Planet guide says that if you visit central Kerala, there are three "must do's". We'd done two, the Backwaters and the tuk tuk around Fort Kochi so only the visit to the Tea Plantations around Munnar remained and so we booked it. It's a two day trip and the one we selected - they're all pretty similar - included a trip to the elephant orphanage/training centre, a visit to the waterfall, a view of the dam, an overnight stay in a simple homestay with stunning views ...
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