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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... of the Jewish community in Cochin. We had to make do with the wooden, metallic, and craft antique displays everywhere in Jew Town, near the synagogue.
We were now tired after a lengthy walk in Jew town, and were also time for lunch. We dropped into Grand Hotel, where-in, though the food was great, including the traditional Kari Meen, it was taxing to select from the exhaustive and all-encompassing menu.
After lunch, we went to Marine Drive, which kind of ...
... like peanut brittle and a savory thing that tasted a bit like falafel but definitely wasn't. Then when we reached the cottage there was a full meal served with poppadom, rice and a potato curry(supposed to be very good for rheumatism) and it was delicious-Ollie even went back for seconds.
The cottage in the plantaions was basic but clean and comfortable. It was like a home stay(where you stay with an Indian family in their house ) and there were 4 rooms ...
My day today slightly changed its direction from the off. I had planned to rise with the sun and travel 20 miles to top station. But the cloud and weather didn't permit. So a light breakfast of curry and then out to the tea making unit. Quite interesting but couldn't understand a word. Like Lucas...what's that my love? I got the idea and what I don't know ...
... Anglican church that sits up on a hill. He also pointed out some bee hives and some eucalyptus trees. The trees were surrounded by tea plants, and women were hunched over picking them as we paused to take in the view.
I asked Biju to drive me to a restaurant that serves Western food for lunch. He knows, by now, that I need to get away from all the spiciness. He takes me to a place that is having a Hot 'n Spicy Food Festival. Is this ...
The bus ride to Munnar once we were on it was actually pretty comfortable, considering it was our first public bus trip and a journey we had been warned off them. Besides a bit of rain, no windows and a drunken tour guide snuggling up to Tom, we arrived safe, relatively relaxed, property all intact, and some random advice about where to visit.
There was an overriding theme to Munnar, and it's not so much the rolling tea hills that it's famous for but the ...