Mundackal Plantation Home Stay
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... Hill carnival. The following day we drove up to a view point on the top hill station where 1) we saw an Indian man having a poo by the roadside and 2) we saw a horse with its legs tied together so it could only move by hopping around. Having had such an amazing few days this helped bring us back to reality of life in India. All that remained was to see the tea factory built by the British and Dave was in his element. Even Sara ...
... to watch the day begin. The plan for today is to go to the Tea Museum, High Station, the dam and spice tour. I am waiting for breakfast and see all the drivers and Robin, the cook and general handyman, outside. They appear to be trying to move a car. I go outside to investigate. Oh NO - Raju has locked the keys in the car. Here go all the plans for today. The guys first offer me a rickshaw and another car for sight seeing, but neither of these things happen. We all have ...
... and washing it does not seem to have helped. I was ready for my shower after this afternoon's activities. In order to thwart the return of the cockroach I have put a dirty towel across the bottom of the door out to the terrace. Hopefully I will get no new visitors tonight. The mozzies got me a bit today, probably when I went for a walk. Two bites on my left leg and one on my right. The fancy spray Inga gave me does not work very well at all ! Perhaps it attracts ...
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... then he drove us to his home and one of his many business ventures, Green Shades.
Our room looked brand new and was equipped with the most modern amenities we'd seen since leaving Toronto. It being nestled in the jungle, there were a few bugs around, and one very large spider living in the bathroom wall.
The evening was delightfully cool. Sandhosh, Mr. George's right hand man, served us aromatic milky green cardamom ...