Casa Del Fauno
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- Continental Breakfast
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... the directions I could savor the aroma of the omelet drilling my head to say stop, eat and then go. But I had to reach the airport and we are already late and I have ben assuring Anjali every 15 minutes we are almost there. Finally we get to see the Huge Signboard the Security had mentioned we cannot afford to miss another 500 mts ahead and then we take the right – The road which takes you to the Airport. I understood, though my brain was not really functioning; the ...
... awesome, I genuinely love that post-hike feeling, when you collapse into a chair and ease your feet out of their prison and tell your muscles that it's aaaaaall gonna be ok. Unless you're on a multi-day hike in which case, this would be a small lie.
One thing that kinda does my nut in is the habit guides in India have of tearing bits off things to show us. In Kumily during the border hiking, ...
... each have a church for one of three religions all connect together which gives it that name! The highest mountain in South India is there which is home to the mountain goats, one in two aces in the world they have them and the other place is Austria. We sat and had breakfast (pineapple, bananas, boiled eggs and jane and bread) on top of the mountain, the most was coming over us which was really cool! We were 2500metres above sea level! But then the ...
... on account of being "local people of the village", whatever that meant.) We snoozed in the late afternoon and had Robin's delicious dal and rice and chips for dinner.
It turned out that Neil and Rosalynd's driver had been more ambitious than our's, and had taken them (via an hour-long detour and terrible roads) to Munnar town. They'd seen a Keralan martial arts show, and been to the Tea Museum too. So much for a general strike! Anyway, we were a but ...
... us out deciphering the buses. We didn't have long to wait and hopped onto a bus within minutes of arriving at the station. After buying a ticket Nat decided he wanted a drink for the journey. He asked the conductor how long he had before the bus left and didn't receive a clear answer. A fellow passenger insinuated that he had 10 minutes so he hopped off leaving Izzy on the bus with all the bags. Within a minute, you guessed it, the bus started up and suddenly every ...