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... 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 cuisine"!
... looky likey western pasta, and cake dishes (but not tastey likey), but importantly beer!
Debbie was going in the same direction and Suzanna the other, so Debbie and I went next to Kumily with some tips from Suzanna.
I'm from now on only uploading most of the photos to facebook, so here's the link (accessible for everyone):
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... we were. It was great to see them unchained and just going about their own business without any humans trying to whip them into doing what they wanted!
Our conclusion is that we're glad we did it because if we'd not, we would have wondered what we'd missed, and we do think that if the weather had been better, it would have been a better trip. But the truth is that at 2000 metres above sea level, up in the mountains, there's every chance you're going to encounter bad ...
... working staff in QM2`s Pursers office) and little shore documents (2 sheets) stamped accordingly, and leave the ship and board the waiting coaches and tour the city and country to their hearts content. But no, a queue is a queue and it looked like everyone and their dog and pet budgerigar decided to join in, whether they were going on an excursion or not, all clutching their passports and three documents (paperwork was apparently created in India). What was amusing ...
Emotional compasses recalibrated and enthusiasm fully recharged after a good sleep, we decided to head back to the friendliest and least pushy person we met yesterday to help us organise a trek. He introduced us to a lovely guide and from there everything has fallen into place. Tomorrow we start a two day trek into the mountains. Hurrah! Time to start clocking up those miles for Nepal... As we're hitting the Top ...
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