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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, ...
... acceptance of eccentricity in the hills which is rarer in the lowland. Kodai is also popular with Indian honeymooners, due to the cold and spectacular look out points- well when on honeymoon in India.......
We have eaten some outstanding food in Kodai starting on our first night with a Tibetan restaurant named Tibetan brothers. I had veg chow mein and it was easily enough for 3 people and Ollie had crispy chicken, Tibetan bread and potato and cheese Momo. ...
... photographers were in the spot too to help the tourists. Done with the plan for the day, we drove back towards Bangalore. On the way back, we crossed through the silver cascade waterfall on the roadside. We had to take the Kodaikanal - Dindigul - Salem - Bangalore route. The Batlagundu - Didigul stretch was under road widening process causing delays. Reached Bangalore in the late evening after a nice snack(aah! its a meal) from Dharmapuri A2B.
... previous nights, dinner was followed by entertainment. Stef cranks up the tunes on her laptop, igniting an instant dance party, which then transitions into a friendly wrestling match between me and Thijs .
Goodbyes are inevitable, but never easy. And they sure as heck weren't easy the next day when Nick and I had to part ways with the rest of the group. Our time together was relatively short, but incredibly sweet, full of memories which I'll always cherish.
... understand each other after some smiles and friendly gestures she was happily posing for some photographs. We gave her 10 rupees to say thank you and she seemed genuinely surprised we had given her anything.
We were very interested to watch her work for a few minutes and were both surprised that she did not pick the leaves by hand, as we had thought, instead using a pair of shears with a bag attached to them. ...