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... they only educate the spawn of the managers, or officers as Anwin called them. Everyone else goes to a government school. He did tell us that once you're retired the company gives you a pay out and a pension, he didn't say what happened to their houses. And that most of the fields barring a couple of private ones still belong to Tata.
And all of those trees growing in the ...
... just that they have little practice with the spoken language, in any event they will try their best to help visitors.
WATCH OUT FOR LEECHES!
Valparai is verdant and sylvan, but also LEECH INFESTED. Leeches are everywhere, not just in the forests. And they are quick to attack visitors whose blood they probably view as "haute ...
... at 9 am in Kochin. Here a driver was already waiting to take us to our first destination: Munnar. On the journey I could already see the big differences to the busy city of Delhi. In Kerala life seems to be more laid back: the roads are less crowded, the houses are bigger and the shops are cleaner.
The journey itself was a pain. The car was not very clean. Two spiders had hidden under the ...
... to wash and feed them which we didn't. Also as it was a training centre it involved disciplining the elephants which in all honesty wasn't very nice to whiteness a fat bald bloke In a skirt whip the elephant with a stick. In comparison to its size and thickness of its skin it could probably hardly feel it anyway but nevertheless it left us feeling rather uneasy. When we wondered off tho we did catch a guy training a elephant to lift logs from one pile to another and ...
I never saw him and he was barely a foot away from me!
What a handsome Sambar Deer. I realised he was there when those bikes stopped to gawk. Cant blame them! Low light ...