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... 69% of the shares are owned by the employees, and the employees direct the company. Tata still have shares but not many. It's all very confusing, this business stuff. I don't get it. Tea isn't meant to be this complicated.
Onwards to the good stuff that doesn't involve politics and ****. You can head upstairs for a "briefing on tea" where a bloke who's more evangelical about tea than me will, well, ...
... not to be missed. Yes we did see the rare (tame) mountain goats on every turn, and they too stood still waiting to have their photos taken!
Our evening entertainment was a local village show. Luckily the best bit was the fact that M declined to go !!! I know I would have cringed even more that I did had he been there. However Lottie was a good sport, and joined the dancer on stage for a few laughs.
... rest of the day, what was left after that exhausting and fascinating ordeal, we did bugger all. Had a late breakfast at the premiere restaurant in town: Saravana Bhavan. After posting the package we returned to Green View Guest-house and lounged in our room. Until dinner. Which we had at the penultimate restaurant in Munnar. It is a small street stall set in a sea of mud. A few plastic tables are scattered about underneath a tin shack. It's a dismal ambience, but the food ...
... 3 of us talked more about ourselves and got to know each other a lot better...since wehad just met at breakfast lol. Pia is a gap year student so she just graduated high school and is going to Brown in RI next year. And Daichi is from Canada and nowww I have another friend to see and finally go to Canada! I don't know if I mentioned before but Rachelle (the girl I traveled with Day 1 of India is from Canada too!) So we got to this little village area and just started walking ...
Our exploration of another corner of 'God's Own Country' required an early start. Having opted for a package tour of Munnar by Tourist Desk, rather than undertake the five and a half hour bus journey in the sweltering heat, we were collected by our driver Solfie at 6.30 am in the relative luxury of a non-AC car. Our action packed itinerary for the following two days involved visits to several highlights of Munnar and the surrounding area.
Our first stop was ...