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... to impress you with his knowledge and reeled off facts and figures like a mini Wikipedia!
He seemed to moan a lot about being ripped off everywhere he went and always wanted a photo of himself in front of every landmark. Which is fair enough - so do we but it was a bit more egotistical with him and it made the trip a bit quiet coz we didn't want to start him off again. He certainly didn't like it when we knew things he didn't like the fact ...
... us and sat down to eat with his new Indian friend. We chatted about travels – Elmi is riding his motorbike through the hills. Pretty soon we were done socialising and returned to our hotel for more nothing.
Lauren and I are both introverts by nature. So the opportunity to spend some time without the energy of socialising was much appreciated. Robert is planning on grabbing a scooter up to Munnar tomorrow afternoon so we felt the need to have some quality alone time. ...
... the blockade, and no chance, we thought, of going to Munnar. In any case, even if we reached Munnar, we were told that everything was closed and, possibly, it might be a heated atmosphere, and perhaps not safe. So, we headed back to the View, resigned to another day walking in the hills...but not unhappy - our timetable allows for little blips like this, and there could be much worse places to be stranded for the day. Shaji confirmed that we'd be staying another ...
... whole place was crawling with them. Literally. There were hundreds. We left sharpish and realised that outside there were people working on the drains and this was the source. It was like a movie scene, literally thousands of cockroaches were scurrying and jumping out of one spot, going in all directions. Grown men were jumping and screaming, trying in vain to spray them with a spray which had about as much effect as spitting at a forest fire. They just kept on ...
... by this little cottage every day, bedecked with orange flowers of a Bignonia venusta creeper. Flowers bloom so well here in this salubrious climate.
More of those Angels Trumpets in a leech ridden swamp at the Puthuthottam estate!
Every evening we would ...