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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... before and upheld by the ones after. The fields were stunning as far as the eye could see, the lookouts... However cloudy as it was later in the day, were amazing and it was a great day all around. A sight not to be missed were the majestic forests of the eucalyptus trees. They were like none other. I woke at 5:30am to catch my bus to my next destination, Allepey. The famous town of backwater tours. I was excited at the prospect of staying on a house boat ...
... to bed I was still in my pj's under my coat. Oops. We had to walk and get a bus up a mountain then meet his whole family and it was lovely and an incredible experience but so not what I was expecting! Their house was a two room concrete shack perched on top of the mountain that had Jackson, his wife, their three children and his grandmother sharing two double beds. Crazy. It did seem like a really cool place to grow up though as there were bits of forest, lots ...
So.....the highlight for us was a visit to the home of the sister of our driver. He happened to be talking to her on the phone and mentioned that his sister lived nearby. We asked if he wanted to visit her and we'd wait in the car or go for a walk. When we arrived his 2 sisters greeted us (one was visiting from Delhi where she is studying her Bachelor of Science).
Both ladies served us sweet black coffee (no refrigerator for milk), biscuits and fruit ...
They were eager to chat and hospitably invited us to come to their homes for lunch after we ...
... The air was so fresh that we couldn`t help but to keep on breathing in deeply hoping it would fill our lungs and expel all the pollution we had been exposed to in the cities. We also kept touching the leaves and squish them between our fingers since they felt so cool and fresh. Unfortunately, there are no organized tea tours at the plantations (at least not one that we could find) so our driver had to explain a lot to us. He ...