The Avenue Regent
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... tucked amongst the tea plantations. Plantations were planted in the mid to late 1800's by the British and now owned and managed by India. The packers are mainly women with men doing the basic trimming, planting and "mechanical" work. Workers are owners of the tea fields with large companies (ie: Tata) maintaining ownership of the factories and therefore being able to control wages and working hours of the pickers. The women went on strike earlier this year and won an increase in ...
... more than one-third the size of the USA. It is a federal state.
Kerala is the smallest state in the union.
The principal official language of the Republic of India is Standard Hindi, while English is the secondary official language. According to Census of India of 2001, 30 languages are spoken by more than a million native speakers in the country, 126 more by minorities.
90% of the rural Indian population lives on RS ...
... obligatory shopping. This time we came out lightly with Pashminas only, no carpets! We then visited the interesting eccentric Folklore Museum before returning to the hotel for a rest. After a little local exploration and experience with crossing local streets in mad traffic, we are now again fighting the jet lag after another tasty dinner. Tomorrow we will have a little more ...
... My mango lassi morphed into a pineapple lassi. Had outside seats. This is the first time I have ever had such an interest in pix of me [I know you question the judgment of the locals]. One chap and his gal actually came upstairs to have their pix taken with us .
Back to the rendezvous point. We then took a ferry back to a point where tuktuks brought us back. A quick shower and had grilled fish, lemon rice and a salted lime rickey. A few too ...
... in the south and works north the plan was to move north and outrun it (well, in theory anyway).
Kochi was really low key and we discovered just how low season this was - we could count the amount of westerners in the town on one hand. What we probably underestimated was that it would be hot......bloody hot and humid - kinda 40 deg and 100% humidity type of hot. We didn't really mind it, and maybe two or three changes of ...