Kumaragiri Holiday Home
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... There's a stretch of footpath in Kodai (as it's affectionately known. Or known by lazy *******s who can't be ***** to get the last two syllables out) called Coakers Walk which is soooo ******* gorgeous they've put a gate at each end and they charge you ₹5 (plus ₹10 for your camera) to walk down it, and you'll pay it an' all, because one of the advantages ...
... of a society which continually encourages people to squeeze more and more into increasingly selfish lifestyles, leaving them time poor and more likely to buy readily disposable convenience products. I wonder if the Indian politicians realise these are the four horsemen with their rabid unquenchable appetites which await them at the top of the economic escalator they have stepped on?
India seems to have focussed my reflections on this thing we call money and ...
... our new bin in my arms, I stand in the middle of the bus stop yelling. "Garbage here, put your garbage here", then proceed to walk by a couple of the buses parked in the station to collect rubbish from the passengers. The reaction was, well to put it nicely, a medley of bewilderment and annoyance. Once back on our bus, Sri Yum Yum still cradled in my arms, Veronika and Stef immediately anointed him as my love child.
We arrive in Munnar later that ...
Who we are: Sajid C U, Mukesh N S, Ali Akber, Libin, Gokul Riding : Two Yamaha FZ 16's & a Yamaha YZF R15 The Route : Cochin-Pollachi-Pallani-Kodaikanal-Cumb am-Theni-Munnar-Cochin Distance : 600+ First of all I like to introduce ourselves, we are all engineers passed out from the same college (SCMS,Cochin) last year. I mean engineers of the same wavelengths despite the trades we had taken ...
... lovely break in the "I-see-white-people" phenomenon that has otherwise plagued much of India. I spent several days here, enjoying a half-day guided trek through the plantation, a day trip to Chinnar Wildlife Preserve, and a few days just relaxing and socializing with the great group of people staying at my guest house before traveling back down to Fort Cochin to catch the night train to Goa.