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... food (service was bit slow though). They had multiple cuisines and Iranian was their special.
After the food we headed back to hotel to fresh-up, post which we decide to take walk to lake again. Amar was capturing pictures and we had a night walk of around 7 kms. Nights are pretty much silent with very less crowd on streets, so you can take the feel of cold breeze .We reached hotel back had dinner and fell asleep very quickly
... 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, ...
... We've decided to stay here for five days to chill out and take a break from the hot, bustling cities. We've done a bit of exploring around the local area and found some waterfalls and shizz, and we plan to do some proper hiking either tomorrow or when we go to Ooty in a couple of days. Today we went for a walk and had to walk through a group of very aggressive monkeys, some of which charged us. There are moneys all along the roads higher up the hill. ...
... be a little problem in parking the vehicle and the roads are very narrow when you reach near the spot. There is a bridge across the water flow from where you can't get full view view of the main falls but you have to do a short trek up the leech infested slippery hill.
Drove back to Old Munnar for a nice seafood lunch in Greenleaf restaurant. It was drizzling continuously and didn't feel ...
... 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. ...