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... us (he looked like one of tamil villains). After having done with lunch, we moved to Topslip.
We went via Pollachi. Pollachi is a beautiful city. It is much green compared to Coimbatore. It was raining so looked more beautiful. The path was smooth. Our driver stopped by the way and pointed out some temple. It was Masani Amman Temple. He told that it was a very powerful temple. Then through Vettaikaranpudur our Qualis moved forward. We had to reach Sethumadai which will take ...
... rocky sides. Dad is scarred of heights and likes grass patches to cling onto and this did not look like it had any. No problem if he could not do it we would go round. At some point around now our guide informed us it was the second highest mountain in south india, Thar moutain. When I had asked for trekking in Munnar at the tourist office he did not tell me I would be taking my 69 years old father up such a moutain. We climbed up and got to where the grass stopped. Here is ...
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Kochi is also a convenient airport/ railhead. If you arrive at Cochin, you can take the Chalakudy route to Valparai, seeing the Athirapally falls and the Sholayar Dam on the way. Public buses also ply between Chalakudy and Valparai, maybe 3 or 4 times a day.
Driving routes to Valparai courtesy Google ...
... visit and was buried in this Portuguese chapel, but his remains were moved to a monastery in Lisbon 14 years later. The church also hosts many memorials to the second wave of usurpers - the Dutch - who took over the lucrative trading port in 1663 and destroyed the Portuguese fort (Manuel Kotta) that gave the town its current name. They changed the church to a Protestant building. It passed to the British following the Anglo-Dutch ...
... space, our rooms, the living area and the various open windows, which give us a panoramic view all around.
We were greeted by a 3 member crew, the captain, the cook and the engine driver, somehow, I find all keralites look a lot young and energetic, as against their original age. It took us an hour to move out of the dock and venture into the Vembanadu Lake, which seemed like an ocean to us, due to its vastness, and other houseboats looking like paper boats bobbing in a water ...