October 15th, sunny day at Junpana Tea Plantation
The weather at the Jungpana tea plantation we visited was so sunny that Mr. Mudogal, the factory manager, said that the sunlight was a little too strong and the temperature was too high.
The clear blue that makes you wonder if the sky is this blue, and the dazzling green of the tea garden.
The clouds are pure white.
The sun hurts me, but when I'm in the shade of the trees, it cools down and feels great. . .
I was just picking autumnal autumnal .
Most of the tea pickers are men. Junpana has 280 tea pickers, half of whom are men.
Men pick steep cliffs and steep slopes by themselves. .
They found us and welcomed us by whistling and blowing the chirping of birds on a grass flute. The fresh leaves that were carried had a very nice scent that made me want to keep my nose on them all the time.
After speaking with Mr. Kamaru , I decided to purchase the black tea picked on that day for Japan. I think everyone will be able to drink it at the end of next month. . .
The girl I've seen many times in Junpana, yes, she's grown so much in the last 6-7 years.
Today, she dressed up a little for us, but she looked embarrassed in the photo. The next time we meet, you will already be a splendid tea picker. .
I'll go again