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Munaar is utterly beautiful. The day we went was all damp and misty with bursts of sunshine pushing though like spotlights on the plantations below, then rain, then sun, then more rain. The hills reminded me of the mountains in the south of France, but alas, that's were the comparison ends because there we no idyllic beaux villages, unfortunately it was far too dirty for that. You stop to take ...
... I’ve learned is to be patient, and not let these externals alter my mood. If I do let money and someone else’s negativity reflect in me…it means that it has more power over me than the kindness that others have shown me. I’ve learned from my friends, learned to let 10 Rupees slide and to appreciate the rickshaw drivers who are doing their job well and show me respect. I tip those guys. I never tip the ripoffs. But then, I never ride with those guys anymore either.
... they are quite often known. That evening we decided to watch a traditional Kathakali show which is a classical indian dance drama and starts with watching people put on elaborate make up followed by a performance of facial expressions and dance. The final dramatic scene showed a fight between a man and a lady where she ended up having her breasts, ears and nose macheted off-nice! I've tried to copy their expressions but it's pretty difficult. The muscles in ...
... be one of the more efficiently managed states in India.
At 5.15am on the 28th Peter, our guide, arrived and off we went towards Thattekad, binoculars and cameras at the ready. Thattekad is a bird reserve. However, it is closed and when we asked why/for how long we were told for political reasons and no-one knows when it will re-open. Fortunately birds don't stop flying at park boundaries and with Peter's expertise and local knowledge we soon spotted lots ...
... phone and 0 rupees' you are not allowed to take rupees in or out of India. Officials off, and gangway and local pilot on board we were off to go south to Sri Lanka and Galle our destination in 3 days time to pick up a sail that had been left there in STW3 for repair. It was sad to see the Chinese fishing nets for the final time. Slight lump in my throat! We didn't get very far as we managed to pick up ...