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... on Thanksgiving on Thursday evening.”
One can only marvel at the insidious power the marketers wield that makes people so convinced that this is what they want. But I guess in that respect India appears no more immune than any other country.
It was on that first morning here, as I washed my hands after finishing eating my curry breakfast with them, I began to realise that India was perhaps going to make me question more about myself, than I could ...
Biking around these hills was awesome - brilliant driving roads, brilliant weather conditions, and brilliant people!
Being away from the tourist trail and not being hidden on a bus or train I was far more exposed to the local than the few westerners who do traverse these parts. This meant a smile from nearly everyone walking along the road towards me, hoots and waves from truck drivers and screams and shouts from locals kids ...
... pedal broke off, such a shame that Steff didn't have to pedal the last 1km! After that we walked around a huge park with beautiful flowers, trees and ponds. Exercise over we relaxed in a cafe and watched the clouds flowing over in and out of the mountain range. We were so impressed with the Indian takeaway we got it again and took it on the sleeper bus with us, it went absolutely everywhere but was delicious! With a full stomach we quickly fell fast asleep until we arrived in Fort ...
India is full of many nice, kind, giving people. In India
one of the things to do is to give, and that’s what they do. They give their
time, talents, and resources. They give because they want to or they think they
have to, either way it’s giving. Now on to their families, most families are
... numerous other spices and bananas, lemons, papayas, miniature pineapples, litchis and mangos. I wish the photographs could transmit the smells that accompanied us on our walk.
The road from the spice gardens to Munnar got progressively steeper and windier. The views rivaled those I have seen on any South African or European ...