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... reaction than the dirt as I desperately tried to spit it out. I realised my horror stemmed from a consideration that the filth here was worse than the filth that I am used to at home. As that piece of grit grated on my teeth and I considered that proposition in full, it gradually ground its way into my prejudices. Eventually I realised dirt was dirt and I let go of yet another distorted perspective.
So that’s India. I’ve experienced its wonder and wisdom, ...
... rest of the evening trying to fit our purchases into our bags. Mine was ok as I'm not a big shopper but I dunno how Willem manages it as he's got an 85L bag stuffed to the brim compared to my 55L one. Morning came and after breakfast we set ourselves up for another day of travel. After 7 hours, 3 buses and Willem getting travel sick and spewing up his breakfast we arrived in the hill station of Munnar......and it was still ...
... intricately adorned than the ones in Cyprus and dotted with men performing mysterious smoke rituals which seemed to be accepting wishes from the faithful. Everyone was dressed in their best attire, with wonderfully intricate and colourful silk sarees abound and the little
girls dressed in sparkly, glittering dresses, flowers in their hair. One such girl offered us some red sweets and many wanted to know our names and where we come from.
The next ...
... exciting and had rank smelling pillows. The main thing though was that they gave me lots of blankets. Southern India is boiling hot right now but in the mountains, at night time, it is ...
The next couple days will be spent in Munnar, a hill station. European colonists came to the hill stations to avoid the summer’s intense heat. Munnar is a tea, coffee and spice growing area. It has incredible beauty to the area. We left Kochi to drive the 115 km to get here not realizing or understanding that it would take over five hours.
On the way we stopped at the palace of the local royals now a museum with lovely gardens around it. This is one of ...