Munnar (Kerala, India)
In the afternoon, we went around with his scooter. I saw more beautiful tea plantation landscape.
We stopped for this ice cream and oh my God the mango was very delicious! I had two and I wish I could have taken more with me. Don’t miss this on your way to Munnar City!
Right next to it, is a cashew store. It was only 40 INR per 100 grams and that was cheap! I bought cashews worth 100 INR. 🙂
On our way back to the guesthouse, he took me to this place I don’t know where it’s at nor what they call it but it was right by the Muslim Mosque. 🙂
I had to leave early the next morning to go back to Cochin for my flight to Mumbai. Munnar is certainly one of those places I wish I could have stay longer.
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I am a woman consumed by wanderlust. I am outgoing but I also love to spend time alone, live for “being yourself”. I love new situations and to meet new people.
Hey very nice blog and nicely written. Roaming around tea estates in Munnar on scooter would have been a bliss. DId he used to turn off the engine on slopes and ride silently to enjoy the tranquil and nature? Me and my sister are also planning to hire a scooter in Munnar and roam around freely. Thanks, Kusum
Hey, so wondering if it is safe to ride scooter round there?