Munnar Heritage Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Munnar
... town and up into the hills. Along the way the three of us (Alex was still with us) introduced ourselves to the two French girls that would be going on the walk with us. Marie and Juliette were young (by our standards) sisters, one a practising nurse and the other still deciding what to do with her life.
After about half an hour of gorgeous driving the Jeep stopped and we got out to take a photo of the sun beginning to peak it's way between ...
... the hilltops. As it was, a stormy, lightening-filled evening, and some heavy rain too, late at night.
We were up early the next morning, sad to leave our mountain home, but looking forward to our onward journey to Madurai.
I'll sum up this blog with this: I'm sorry for the readers that this is one of our longer blogs, but I hope it's been worth the reading, together with our photos. I think Munnar has been our favourite place in India - and just ...
... cut? I am plugged in....****...that's what that "pop" sound was....so sad ....the adapter is dead :( So the search goes. It will most likely be another 3 weeks til i get a replacement...so bear with me I will try to bring you up to date. Typing with one finger on my iPhone lol (if i could apply this determination to other areas of my life there'd be no stopping me ...
... a clear view of the whole bus it now became obvious what the smiles and encouragement to take a seat were about. The front of the bus was ladies only and the Sutta tourist had brightened everybody's day with his faux pas!
I'm not sure how many of the locals were really ladies given the pushing and shoving to get on and off the bus though!
From Kothamangalam we picked up a bus to Munnar. Luckily it was direct which went some way to make up for ...
... than changing lenses in the middle of a tea bush! Never bothered with a tripod either and Im so glad we left it at home. When you walk an average of 10-15km a day, the last thing you need is any extra weight.
The tea ...