Club Mahindra Munnar
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClub Mahindra Munnar Chinnakanal
the people here overcharge a lot for simple things like water, cold drinks and extra matresses, which we can get at better hotels for lower prices.
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... knowing that someone was looking out for me. The older man gave me some tea half way through the trip, helped me with the 'window drapes' (I guess you could call them?) and just generally kept an eye out for me. It was really nice. Let's hope this keeps happening on my journey... So far so good! :) I arrive in Munnar after dark, so navigating to find a guest house was a challenge. Finally I find a place to lay my head and out goes the light. The ...
... travel past an elephant crossing point but the driver says the elephants only come out in the evening. Then after four hours we get up into the mountains and there are rolling hills of emerald green tea plantations stretching into the distance. In the morning I head out for a run and through the hills, pure green tea is everywhere as well as colourful flowers and small indian huts. It's perfectly quiet and groups of indian women pass by, ...
... about these kinds of things. He meditated, lit some incense and we sat for a while. After 5 or 10 minutes he opened his eyes and started talking in hindi (our guide translated). He told us a few horroscope style things about ourselves (you work hard and are a perfectionist - to Debbie, You can't rest until a problem you're working on is fixed - to me, among others) which we felt were somewhat accurate. Debbie was then told she has the ...
A hint of a rainbow appeared in the sky. Auspicious?
Jagadeesan our driver from Coimbatore, arrived on the dot and we commenced our drive down the misty mountain road to Aliyar
... spotted us and were all over us asking “what is your good name”, “where do we come from”, “what is our profession” and “are we married” (these are the standard questions everytime you meet someone)– which by the way we now are married!! Its just easier to say yes than explaining that in the UK its ok to live together and not be married – we tried to expain this before to other people on many occasions and the ...