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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Munnar
... on our walk we saw women harvesting, a very small deer no more than 2 feet high that lives in the tea plants, elephant dung and a giant India squirrel. The paths we walked are made by the elephants and just a week ago 7 mothers and their calves were along the trail. They don't eat the tea trees but they do walk through the plantations so they are periodically scared off by fireworks. There were some her a couple of days ago but not today. ...
... on people power but people who have worked with tea their whole lives and basically don't know how to do anything else, what will happen to them? Progress is important, of course it is, but you can't help but think about the human cost of progress in this case.
It was scorching by this point. Seriously, Munnar. Pick a ******* climate and stick to it! Next food stop involved appam which is a big, ...
... when I can wear it again. They are so elegant and charming I think. Pictures attached from the end of the night so it is a bit crumpled from the rain and damp. Off to get ready for the wedding now! It is a nephew of two of the staff who work here, who invited us. There are 18 people working here and about 10 of them are related. It's a very special place here. I don't want to leave. Working out how and when I can come ...
... us from our previous visits. Good man.
We saw a small mouse deer lurking in a tea bush en route.
From Akkamalai bus stand, it is a short uphill walk to the tea factory. The views are fabulous. Here is one of ...
... ayurvedic hospital again on Firoz’s recommendation. We stopped on the way for some food in a local family restaurant and both had dinner for 120 rupees (less than £2), the food was spicier but very tasty and we felt like fools for spending nearly 10 times that at a tourist restaurant. The ayurvedic massage is carried out by women for women and men for men, in accordance with conservative Indian custom. It is performed on a wooden bed and plenty of ...