KTDC Tea County
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... he also offered to pay for the hotel for tonight and dinner. To be honest this was a generous offer as it was not his fault we were late and they could have said tough luck, we were more than happy and the mood lifted. The next day We left at 5.30 for the jeep safaris. I hate their jeeps as the seats are high but the windows small and low so you can't really see anything, you feel like it would be better to be in a car. Also it soon became apparent we were just driving ...
... western influence. The tiled and teak wood based palace, now converted into a museum, surely housed, a lot of murals, royal palanquins, umbrellas, coins, stamps, ceremonial dresses etc.,
It was almost lunch time, so we thought we would wrap up our visit to Mattancherry by visiting the Jewish Synagogue. But it closed just 15 minutes before we reached there, and was expected to open only a couple of hours later. We were supposed to get a glimpse into the 15th ...
... other guests were friendly and of French and German origin and we all ate breakfast and dinner together. The food was very tasty and plentiful and when we settled our bill at the end realized it was really cheap too at 2.40 pound per meal for both of us! We could also ask for tea/coffee/water throughout the day.
The family in the cottage were lovely and Rajit (the dad )had a great sense of humor. The 2 children (aged about 3 and 6 years) were a bit annoying wanting to ...
... lane with 17 hair turn bends. At one stage we are high among the mist and cloud and visibility is about 20 meters. No one here drives with their lights on so it was impossible to see anything coming, once again horns are the main method of communication. The drive to Munnar goes through lush forest, tea plantation and eucalyptus forests. There are even signs for elephant crossings, apparently there are wild elephant here, I find this hard to imagine. ...
... as much as possible shovelling food into our mouths with our hands and grinning at each other with daal stuck to our chins and letting the yelling of the opposing tables float over us, we also stuffed ourselves a great deal as every time our banana leaf started to look empty more curries were heaped on. Our bill for the delicious feast came to 120 rupees the equivalent of $1 each. Wowsers trousers.! After lunch we visited the tea museum which was pretty ...