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... and it takes years before they become big enough to produce anything.
He told us about nutmeg too, and the flower that grows around it. We didn't see it here so I've used the photograph that I took in Munnar, but you break open the shell and the nutmeg is inside, and the alien tentacle looking things are the flower which is mace. As in, the mace cops in America use to imobilise people, and he also told us it's used in tear gas. As well as melting ...
... już zrobić), pranie, transport z Goa do Hampi oraz wyprawę wędkarską na jutro. Zmęczeni tą harówką poczłapaliśmy (oficjalnym i w zasadzie jedynym środkiem transportowym w Palolem są flip-flopy zwane z Polska japonkami) do naszej knajpy rozpusty. Jeśli poprzednim razem byliśmy zachwyceni to teraz byłem najbliższy kulinarnemu orgazmowi po zjedzeniu ...
... Scott’s been reading the Osho quarterly magazine for his
daily dose of meditative mantras and we’ve taken a swim in the sea and just
finished a huge salad for lunch. We made it to Goa after about 15 hours on the
train, and as always the train was a feast for the eyes, and sense of smell! We
shared our train carriage with a group of Indian guys who spoke very little
English, and who were very polite and helpful – so helpful that they ...
... No. 4 came to save me with a well timed hammer and spanner. After 5 hours of ridding round temples in the sun it turns out you can see to many however magnificent they are, as my fellow intrepid bikers and I had an off road race to get back to the river for the last boat before you have to trust your life to a corricle, and I've never been overly sure how anyone steers a round boat!
Somehow the man who was on too much vallium the first day seemed no different when he was ...
... slipping, a bandage was covered in blood and he limped his way towards the boat. Not much we could do.
An Indian guy approached us and struck up a conversation about the injuries. Turns out he owns the bar and sees injuries like this almost daily. The whole time he was chatting to us we were flinching at the sight of an Indian guy chatting on the phone with making his way over the rocks. After a couple of possible face-planting moments he elected to hang ...