- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... different types of teas. The ordered nature of the plantations is quite charming compared to the disorder elsewhere. The whole area is green, hilly and just beautiful, with a lovely temperature to match. We visited Madupetty dam and local markets and finished the day watching a local performance of dance and mime, as well as martial arts. We once again were thankful to our driver for navigating the serpiginous and difficult roads in the dark. Tomorrow we make our way to ...
... although when we headed off everyone sat anywhere. Fair play to Jon Jon, he waves us off on our way - lovely old man. The bus had air con, don't know what we were worried about; it was natural air con aswell, came through the windows! Haha. At least this bus had windows most buses just have metal bars and no glass of plastic! Bus conductor came around for the fare... 210rupees for 2 adults 5 hour journey to Munnar. WHAT! I can't get a 3 minute journey up Penygarn hill for ...
... Cell Phones ....... No This, No That, No Nothing. The temple is a typical modern marble affair, not surprising as it is built by the Birlas. Very clinical without the character that is evident in the Murugan temple at Valparai town. A trio of ...
... homework. After a brief introduction, she takes us to the back of the building where the classroom was located.
The kids, around twenty to twenty five of them, whom I assumed to be 8-10 years in age, all dressed in school uniforms, were sitting on wooden bench-style desks, on the final stretch of their morning session before the eagerly anticipated lunch break. Much to chagrin of the second teacher standing in front of the class who was wrapping up ...
... waiting at the bus stop at Varatu Parai, I got into conversation with a lady and her young son. She was an estate worker at the Velonie Coffee estate here. This is hornbill country. I told her we had seen hornbills here last year and would return in a day or too to try ...