Wild Elephant Eco Friendly Resort
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... chicken like that. Dan went to buy 1p eclairs and gave the guy 10p and the guy then took the eclsirs away from him which we all found funny, no idea why he wasn't allowed them especially after he paid. We got to the campsite which was really nice surrounded by trees and plantations with good tents. Our guide made dinner and then went on and on asking if we wanted to do the trek and telling us it was really hard. I got the distinct impression he did not want to do it and was ...
... we had the happiest auto rickshaw driver. He was playing religious songs, singing along and telling us about his family and his life. Then he would stop to show us some plant or tell us about tea growing. For a £2 ride, we tipped him extra £3 and he was totally overwhelmed with our generosity - he kissed Viv's hand and thanked us hundred times. ...
... beauties, the houseboats. We were excited as it was our first time staying in a housing boat.
After a three hour drive, passing through more and more back waters, and stretches of coconut and banana trees, paddy fields, we finally reached the houseboat, near the docking spot, just before lunch. After checking in, by hopping through three other houseboats, which were all tied, next to each other. It was just love at first sight, and we all loved our housing boat, the ...
... them make some offering garlands. I comment about how beautiful they are. Before I know it I have a garland in my hair as a gift. I so wish I had the printer working with the camera. I have their email address in Hindu now I just need of get it translated so I can send picture. I decide to walk around the outside, it takes about 30 minutes. For me this is far more interesting than being inside. The temple is about to close to everybody (1pm - 4pm closed), ...
... found a room quickly enough, although a few places were full.
Tired and sleepy but not ready for bed yet I went into the town proper, Munnar town is a bit if a dump! Busy, smelly, small and not much in the way if food other than really basic curry.. It gets cold in Munnar quite easily, so as soon as the sun went I had my down jacket on! In India..
This was the first time I'd been by myself in some time and I was starting to feel ...