Ayur County Resorts
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... and a guy and just a room!! Early next morning at 7 am we head out to Munnar, It was me behind the wheels all geared up for this wonderful trip I have been longing for. The road was pretty good we took the Kalady- Perumbavoor – Munnar – Chinnakanal road. Once we started taking the hairpin bends (beware of the uncontrollable private buses that speed around the corner making you skip a heartbeat at times), I had company, it was a weekend and there were more ...
... to kindly refuse to eat raw, fresh ginger and gently tell him that no, I didn't want to eat the clove. Or the pepper. Or that... thing... whatever it is that you just picked up off the floor. It was an amazing day though. One of my favourite walks so far I think.
And in other news, nothing makes you realise what a ******* feral bush pig you really are like washing your own clothes. I've taken ...
... Our tour guide bumped into a friend who was 78 years young, looking good for his age and rocking the skirt! He offered us some beetle nuts, the stuff that makes you go 'funny' we all had a little bit of beetle nut in a leaf.. I spat mine out near enough straight away it was like chewing on aftershave or something of that sort. Scott was given a huge bit of nut haha! He did chew it longer than me but eventually spar it out, it turns your saliva red, it is ...
The rubber trees are very like sugar maples - the sap is tapped during a specific season, then processed. When the rubber trees are too young to be tapped, they plant pineapples between the trees, so they can always have a cash crop. The tea plants are ...
... the hilltops. As it was, a stormy, lightening-filled evening, and some heavy rain too, late at night.
We were up early the next morning, sad to leave our mountain home, but looking forward to our onward journey to Madurai.
I'll sum up this blog with this: I'm sorry for the readers that this is one of our longer blogs, but I hope it's been worth the reading, together with our photos. I think Munnar has been our favourite place in India - and just ...