Munnar Heritage Resort
Travel Blogs from Munnar
... predicted, but my heart is certainly still at home. There, I know my family sits about checking their emails to see if I’ve managed to find internet, and the little lady I left back home is having trouble adjusting to the imminent approach of a new life.
Things are changing, and India has proof of it all around. From the apartment buildings springing up across the horizon to the fact that I’m taking a tour through impoverished villages, the world ...
The day ended with a mind blowing drive up to a viewpoint and a walk through tea plantations to a waterfall. I added to the splendor and hilarity of the occasion by slipping and falling flat on my butt, while crossing the stream above the waterfall. No danger, just bruised dignity and some soaked Rupees. An Indian women came rushing to my rescue, she must have weighed ...
... by the roadside
And the last bison of this trip
... another 4 that had attached themselves onto us.
Luckily they were mostly small and we pulled them off with twigs. We later learned that the tea pickers manage to avoid them by smothering their legs with coconut oil. We had been on the move for over 3 hours and only just reached the very top of this part of the world. Next we started to head downwards towards the Tea Museum which was back in Munnar town.
... uneventful, passing some wild boars and the Carver Marsh statue which strangely we had not noticed on the way up.
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How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking