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... ll ask someone what something is in their language, like a stick or a fruit or a spice, then he'll commit it to memory and tell you what it is in all the other languages he's learnt it in. He is, however, utterly perplexed by Hindus. He showed us a tiny blue flower, the name of which I forget because I'm not a knowledge sponge like Anwin, and he told us that when they're in full bloom the town is full, and ...
... bears, leopards etc. are also seen. It is all a matter of luck as to what you will see but sightings per se are guaranteed!
Indians are always strong on places of worship so the well known Valparai Balaji Temple and Annai Velankanni Church within the Peria Karamalai estate should get the first mention. Easily ...
... the music instruments. The show continued with an introduction of the Carnatic musicians who gave rhythmic background to the drama. These were three people who created the music with drums and hand cymbals as well as a vocalist with a beautiful voice. After that the three actors were introduced with individual performances. Each performance was used to show the main characteristics of the ...
... our drive up the hills I noticed a few Toddy bars which We had seen on TV before we come out and was keen to go try some. Toddy is a natural alcoholic drink made from Palm tree sap. We went in to the Toddy bar there was loads of jugs and barrels of the toddy fermenting and there was 5 local guys in there all drinking and eating and then staring at amazement of white faces in a toddy bar. The bar man was a bit of a loon, very loud and tried showing us a magic ...
... seemed to keep coming!
We spent the next day driving 34km up to Top Station at 2200m, through the tea plantations and wonderful views. First stop was Mattupatty dam, where the scenery was very like the Lake District, even with a cloudy sky, until you notice many of the trees are eucalyptus (not incidently indigenous, but planted by the British ...