This week for Saturday Snapshot I am sharing some pictures from Munnar, India. We went for a holiday there a couple of years back and I still have sweet memories of a relaxing holiday there.
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Set at an altitude of 6000 ft in Idukki district,Kerala, Munnar was the favored summer resort of the erstwhile British rulers in the colonial days. Munnar is essentially a tea town with unending expanse of tea plantations. As far as you can see, you see a green carpet of tea plantation. It is breathtakingly beautiful, an the idyllic tourist destination in God's own country. It is a haven of peace and tranquility and is the place to be, if you are looking for a relaxing holiday!
I will leave you here with some beautiful pictures.
Breathtaking clicks!!!For us, a trip to Munnar is long overdue..ReplyDelete
Beautiful places, I should consider visting Munnar!ReplyDelete
Those views are stunning!ReplyDelete
beautiful clicks this place must be in my list to seeReplyDelete
I love the vantage point -- up high and looking down at the mountains that go on and on. Thanks for sharing. Here's MineReplyDelete
Beautiful...breathtaking. Thanks for sharing. I especially enjoyed the misty look to some of them.ReplyDelete
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Those pictures are beautiful!!ReplyDelete
Just gorgeous! What amazing panoramas!ReplyDelete
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It looks incredibly beautiful. My Snapshot is at http://goo.gl/5WXI0ReplyDelete
Such beautiful, verdant pics. And here I have never even heard of Munnar.ReplyDelete
That place is gorgeous!
What wonderful vistas. Lovely.ReplyDelete
Love that third-to-last shot with the village--and the last one with the river. Beautiful views.ReplyDelete
Lovely! Wonderful pictures. My Saturday Snapshot is here.ReplyDelete
Breathtaking vantage point. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Wow, such a beautiful area.ReplyDelete
The mountains and the rolling hills are so beautiful!ReplyDelete