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... its affects not just in the burbling of my bowels or the bites on my body, oh no, it’s gone a lot deeper than that. I have come to love India and in particular to respect it as a great teacher. As one of the places where the world’s great wisdom traditions started, it has a rich heritage of toleration and a diversity of opinions. With its similar rich tradition for argument and heterodoxy, and an increasingly large pool of well educated people I am optimistic of ...
... by a wall of mist so there wasn't much to see. Afterwards we entered Bryant park which was pretty nice with lots of flowers, trees and greenery. We then started a 5km circuit of the lake, halfway through the rain came fast and heavy and by the time we finished we were both soaked through. After some lunch and a chai we set off again to look at the little shops and stalls in the area. The main thing here was ...
... to Pallivasal(8 km from Munnar town). The road turning left towards Pothamedu from the main road is quite narrow and starts with a bridge crossing a river and then on its a steep climb up the hills. This route is very very misty compared to any other road in Munnar and the road condition is just average. The mountains and the vegetation on the sides were partially visible due to the mist and the ...
The temples I've seen here have been very special, but I decided it was time to do something other than temple finding. So I headed for the mountains. I wasn't really sure what to expect, but even the ...
... from the Top Station. After a few more minutes drive we arrived at the local dam which had been built in the 1940’s to provide hydro electric power to the area. We were dropped us off at one side allowing us to walk over to the other side and see both the lake side and the power generating side.
When we reached the other side stalls lined both sides of the street and we found Manesh having a cup of tea at ...