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... and solar panels. They are also striving to rely solely on their own garden produce- as the school menu is organic vegetarian. The kids even partake in practical courses such as engineering, farming etc. These kids are so excited about learning! it's so refreshing! eager to share their knowledge we had an enthusiastic group of kids show us around the school explaining their classes and day to day schedules. If only Canada's school system could muster half of ...
... one of constant challenges, and a slight vacation from the heat and chaos is welcomed by all. It’s Will, Shelby, Christina, and myself once again. Ariane are Juliet were in Chennai when we left.
The bus we took was a private one as well, rather than the hastily slapped together messes that the government provides. We travelled through the night, meaning we were all fast asleep while the bus carried us to Kerala’s footsteps. We didn’t cross in ...
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However the overall region was more known for its black tea. He told us that only 100 or so years before tea had not even existed in Munnar, what we could see for miles had actually only been recently cultivated by the 26 or so factories that operated in the area.
We stopped adjacent to one of the factories and managed to pull over and meet a lady who was busy picking tea – though none of ...
We arrived in Kodaikanal after a harrowing, cross country, winding mountain drive through the dark and rain. The ride took much longer than we had anticipated, and we will now try to wake up early if we have to travel that day! A 1:30PM checkout was just too much to resist.
Arriving in Kodaikanal we were shocked by how cold it was. Think a cold, spring night in England. Rain just like home pounded us from all angles and ...
We had arrived into Kochi (pronounced Coach-e) yesterday which is in the province of Kerela (pronounced Care-uh-la). Kochi is a very industrial town which is full of pollution, traffic and dust. Kochi is used mostly as a gateway for travellers to get to other parts of Kerela.
We woke early around 6:00 am to be ready for the drive to Munnar. The drive was supposed to be about 4 hours and none of really knew what we had in store for us for the drive to ...
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