KTDC Tea County
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Today is a travel day. We are heading inland and up into the Ghat Mountains. They start at the tip of India and end in Mumbai. At the highest point they are 7400 ft above sea level. They are very steep and the road out of Kochi is continuously inhabited. Finally we reach plantations of rubber trees, cassava (tapioca), pineapples, breadfruit, and tea. This is a wealthy area judging by the large beautiful homes. The forests are owned by ...
... and eggs and pineapple into our faceholes and call it breakfast. It was an awesome place to chill with views all around where we could watch birds of prey swooping as we sipped tea. I've decided that my new favourite way to consume this tasty hot beverage is perched atop a rock whilst staring at views. I shall purchase a thermos on my return to the UK in order to make this possible. There are views back ...
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The scenic Aliyar Reservoir and Monkey Falls can be seen on the way up to Valparai from Pollachi if you are taking that route. Otherwise take any of the frequent Valparai Pollachi public buses from Valparai and get off at Monkey falls. Loams View Point and other scenic spots overlooking the Aliyar ...
... It originated in the country's present day state of Kerala during the 17th century. The show took place in a small theater in the underground of a small shop. We had seats in the front which gave us the best views. As we arrived early we could still sea how the actors prepared their make up. The show started after 20 minutes with a small Puja (Hindu ritual) where they lighted some candles ...
... a long, difficult drive, we walked around the park. This was our first glimpse of the tea plantations too - surrounding us on every side of every hill. We had climbed up about 3,000 feet (or more) and the air was now cooler, crisper, slightly humid, but very pleasant. Much more like an early summer day in England, of which I think we were very glad, after 5 weeks of heat and dust.
We carried on from the Park to the Tea Museum, just outside Munnar town. It's ...