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... thought I was being a girly wuss but when they saw it they agreed it was massive. We asked Rajit for something to catch it in but his friend came in and sadly killed it. I say sadly but at the time I just wanted it out of our room!
We really enjoyed our time here in Munnar and up in the mountains in general, but ollie is hankering for some beach action and I'm excited to see more of Kerala, so it's time to move on, next stop Kochi and I really hope the journey out is better than on the way here ...
... well looked after. Anyway, still unsure about this, but we hopped on an elephant and it was pretty cray. I know it's stupid to say elephants are big, cos yeah, but they are. So huge. We eventually made it to Munnar through winding roads and insane driving. (So far we have hit 2 cars and 1 motorcycle in the Indian traffic). They have all these helpful road signs like 'ants can stay in one lane, so why can't we as humans?' They can't ...
... the steam box to the point of falling asleep. About 5 minutes in I opened my eyes to see if she'd left but oh no, there she was still there staring at me about 10 cm's away so I smiled awkwardly again and said, "oooh gosh so relaxing," and closed my eyes again haha sooooooo awkward, I don't know what it is with me and steam boxes..never again. After our massages we slipped up the hill because we were two oil buckets, (Michael came out all oily and crinkly eyed but didn't have ...
... wildflower all on its own. Orchid probably
And there he was - Buceros bicornis - Great Indian Hornbill flying through the sky!
Not a brilliant photo but at least something to remember the moment by. We could sort of see the tree where he ...
... And about an hour later, the screen just showed us TV snow. The next day service was back on, but the frequent power cuts in our hotel and sometimes the whole neighbourhood took out a few scenes.
So, at the end of our three-day stay, Dan was walking again, we had some corny American movie images as well as some fascinating Indian TV advertising in our heads. And we did get some of the clean and green atmosphere that we had come ...