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... so green that it looks like a teletubbies landscape. It is like nothing I have ever seen before and it stretches to create sprawling backdrop as far as the eye can see and far beyond.
We stayed with an old man called Babu, a mountain goat who took us trekking through the plantation pointing out trees that had been planted by the British over 100 years ago. These very trees must have supplied Army Tea given to the troops in the both World ...
... in Munnar, the guesthouse we wanted was full and the only other cheapish one had an arrogant manager who we soon fell out with so we left. This left us wandering down a busy unlit road in the pitch dark, whilst getting battered by the monsoon rain. As you can imagine, a few cross words were said between us during this episode and the less said about it the better.
... and it was so quiet up here, a refreshing change! Bluffing about our indifference to it and explaining our tight budget, the price was eventually haggled down to something more reasonable. Just as we wandered outside to seal the deal, we all caught sight of a tuk-tuk winding its way up the track below to the villa, the flash of white tourist skin clearly visible. Our hearts sank. We sat and watched as three girls pilled out of the tuk tuk and ...
... very small inlet, through which water bursts under enormous pressure, producing hydroelectric power for the surrounding villages. Due to the current dry season, villagers are limited to only a few hours of electricity a day, however, it was difficult to imagine how the dam would operate differently during the rainy season, since it looked like it was working at capacity. Our second stop at Echo Point proved to be slightly less spectacular, although apparently we were supposed ...
... by this little cottage every day, bedecked with orange flowers of a Bignonia venusta creeper. Flowers bloom so well here in this salubrious climate.
More of those Angels Trumpets in a leech ridden swamp at the Puthuthottam estate!
Every evening we would ...