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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... was going far too fast; all I got was a very close and intimate, blurred image of a bus driver's ear who happened to be going in the opposite direction.
The scenery was stunning with valley to valley tea plantations: a kind of crazy paving effect of bright green and olive green shades that seems to roll on for ever. Munnar is about six thousand feet above sea level. It felt great to be in the mountains again.
... example, Abraham, he is Christian. Approximately 30% of people living in the south of India are Christian. Dinner was in the hotel and it consisted of dishes special to the area, all of them seasoned with local spices. The food was excellent. The pictures that accompany this post are ones that we represent scenes we have seen many ...
... long or folded in half until I get to the ticket booth. Once there we queue for our official ticket which will give us the seat number and boat. Then as we try to get on the boats we are told we need a camera permit and need to go back to the same window we just came from. So now there is a queue going in both directions. The guy in front asks who wants camera tickets and collects our money and buys them all together to try and save some time, so much for ...
Early start today- 5am for the 2 hour drive by keep to Gavi, part of the Periyar Tiger Reserve. Pretty painful getting up but SOOOOOO worth it. The jeep ride alone was super fun, as I was on my own, the driver and I got to be at the front and quicker than the other jeeps. Which meant we got to see more animals. Best spot at dawn was two Great Indian Hornbills. They are an endangered species and a rare find! Google them if you can as they ...
... in the clouds.
On our last day in Munnar we spent some time with the family taking photos of the beautiful house and garden and then Santhosh took us on a much anticipated tour of his spice plantation, showing us all the plants/ trees and asking us to guess what each spice/ fruit was. I managed to get a few, Marios was clueless and Santhosh looked bemused at our curiosity and
cluelessness. There was an astonishing variety of nutmeg, cashew, ...