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The plan to get to Ooty was via the "Toy Train" which is a narrow gauge steam train running from Mettupalayam with great views out onto the hills, however, because of the great view and holidays in Tamil Nadu it gets pretty booked up so we only managed to get waitlist tickets. Despite this, we optimistically left Coimbatore at 5:30am via taxi to …
... pace of life on the coast. Taking pictures of the sunset lead me to talking pictures of another traveller by accident. I went for a beer with him and met a whole bunch of other people he was travelling with. Beers were hard to find in Kerala with it being a newly dry state since 1st October, although not impossible, I drank beer from paper covered bottles, coffee mugs and a fetching Goa tankard, sadly not from a tea pot as I saw in one bar. After 2 days ...
... full so Suzy had no room. Lucas would have to find her one in town. She was moping about being separated from the group. While I like Suzy, that was simply of her own doing. Look in the mirror if you want to blame somebody.
A quick wake up shower and then down to the lobby for wifi [not working in my room]. The Bejans came by after 1800 to advise Explore had not authorized any separate room for Suzy. That was a no brainer. We shared a couple of Kingfishers in the lobby.
... a sense of otherness within India. Our hike, like the mist, had allowed us to see another side to India, something that does exist outside the chaotic cacophony that seemingly pervades through everything. The mist had cleared to let us witness this, yet again the mist must return. So, with the sweet aroma of eucalyptus and the earthy aroma of tea becoming replaced again by diesel fume and poo we decided that we needed somewhere warmer and planned to leave for ...
... or reserved though and I had to walk right down to the aisle contemplating a long journey of standing, when at the front, even though a hat was reserving the front seats, I enquired from a man nearbye if I could sit there. The man said to do so and took the hat, which was his own. Maybe he'd been reserving the seats for possible friends coming on, and that was our good fortune, for now we had a grand view and prime seats for the journey ahead.
The views were ...