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... in their room. I've had Jasmin this week and are learning how best to sleep next to such an aggressive sleeper. I've resorted to no longer sharing the bed spread / sheet as she doesn't share well and I'm now putting a pillow between our pillows to ensure she stays on her side of the bed. Both tactics seem to working. Bhavani is using slightly less assertive tactics to keep Isabel from snuggling up to her too much. Up to now we've had a ...
... out over the edge and wishing we were there! David's philosophy was that at least the boulders had fallen already - mine was, if so many had fallen then there must be heaps more ready to fall.
We eventually reached the top of the mountain and crossed a border from Tamil Nadu into Kerala. The change of road and vegetation was immediate and amazing. The roads were sealed and in ...
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Planes used - 4
Buses used - 21 (+2)
... who would listen, "Where is the bus to Munnar?". When it eventually clattered into the station, a fashionable half hour late, it looked like it would barely make it to the end of the road, let alone up to the lofty 1500m heights of it's final destination. Like all local buses it was windowless (that is to say without glass pains, only two long strips cut into each side with bars across them) and it was segregated. This segregation seams to be common on ...
... like chocolate sauce on a soft serve ice cream. We opted for a rickshaw tour to the main sights which allowed us to get an open view and breathe in the purest of air (god knows our lungs were in heaven after all the pollution in Delhi). We climbed down to top station where you get a view of the border of Kerala and a glimpse into the neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu, for miles ahead the view within visual range was merely lush hills of varying hights ...