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... a tuktuk or on a trailer being used as a school bus after school. So refreshing to have this genuine interest and warmth rather than the grinding sale from those more used to western tourists. I was able to walk past tuktuks without being asked if I needed a lift and markets stalls without having products forced at me.
Today was spent coming down from the Ooty / Kotagiri hill station hills, across a plain and then back up some ...
... sheet to a cover themselves from head to toe - it was a shocking sight. The other bus turns up with even less legroom, harder seats and all the men stank of stale alcohol and weed. Three hours later, Kate sleeping most of the way again, we arrived at Kodaikanal where the people seemed friendlier and directed us to our hotel. Feeling shattered, we checked in early and they gave us a skanky basement room, until ours would be ready later, ...
... people grow; peanuts, rice, tobacco, ect. The country
India is about 1,269,219 sq. miles. Theni is 1,115 sq. miles so it's a larger town.
With about 1,034,724 people it’s big. India is great country if you want to
travel and feel happy about your trip, with so many nice people you’ll be
... form of fighting, Kalaripayattu forms the basis of many modern martial art forms.
After lunch( a very authentic Kerala lunch) headed towards the tea county of Munnar!! The road is again through green forest belt initially through rubber plantations, then cardamon gardens and then through the vast cultivations of tea plantations. Its a very very scenic journey especially once the tea country starts. The black narrow roads winding idyllic through the greens of the ...
Was not that sad to leave Kochi behind, not much to see and pretty smelly we headed off to the Jungle & Mountains to a place called Munnar. Stopping on the way to Wash elephants which was amazing. Suneil our driver stopped us at a family home where they showed us how to make rubber, sucking cocoa beens which taste like sweets all cool stuff.
Once at Munnar it was much cooler as it is high up in the mountains which was a relief from the sticky heat of ...