Ayur County Resorts
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... walkway creating a patched look effect... This and the blue skies, stunning mountains, huge perfectly straight trees and then the beautiful buildings dotted around and tea workers working in the fields... The Lonley planet book described it as ' Kiplingesque' and it wasn't wrong.... The centre itself was the usual hussle and bustle type place but no pushy people and in fact the people we met everywhere we're just ...
... Pon Home Stay - Near the bus stand and overlooking a tea estate - http://ponhomestay.blogspot.com/
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... moonu" (literal meaning for Three) and “aaru” (literal meaning for river), hence meaning the location where three rivers converge. And the three rivers confluencing would be Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers.
Enroute to Munnar, we went to a Spice Garden, just to see all the spice varieties in one place, with a dedicated guide to explain how we differentiate, identify various plants, herbs, trees and spices, as well as to give us a quick brief on ...
... match which I joined in with , he held me bag while I played ( actually hit a ball or two). Then onto the local banana market and fruit market. I was never far for his eye, any sort of trouble he shooed them away. I was so lucky to met this man, at the market many people asked me to take their photo which I did and showed them, again I so wished the camera worked with my printer. I was very sad about this. Then he took me to my hotel. Only it was not ...
It took three rickshaws, a public ferry and two public buses, a total of five hours, at a cost of a bargain £2.20 to deliver us to the stunning mountains of Munnar but boy was it worth it. As soon as we pulled out of the humid city into the mountains the air become fresher and the scenery deep green and lush. The rickety public bus dragged itself up steep mountain cliffs. With awe inspiring views across the landscape and many 'don't look down' hair raising ...