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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... the solution to all the world’s problems! Considering the majority of the audience were Indian, there were mixed reactions from the chai drinking nation. A cup of Green tea later we had our first, highly recommended Masala Dosa, before a very chilled afternoon back at the guesthouse overlooking the hills. Its another cracking dinner. The Food really has been absolutely incredible! Time to tell Donna we really have to take the bus back ...
... spots, a lot of tropical vegetation and lots of little churches speckled on the hills along the way. Advertising posters for products and events, politicians and religious figures abound and were actually quite fascinating. Our favourite was the warning outside a hotel: "After Whiskey, Driving Risky". We should get some lessons for new advertisements at home! We saw monkeys and yet more goats, just a little different from the fauna back home. We eventually arrived at ...
... Bless him, lovely old man! It must have rained so much last night, the puddles were huge everywhere and there was still rain in the air, men in skirts using umbrellas the British way and not the Eastern world way as sun protectors! I loved it, the only bit I hated was the mass amount of Mosquitos surrounding us - everywhere! They could smell my fear! I've already been bitten to shreds in Kochi! I was terrified of being bitten again just because they itch and look awful and are ...
... I have an audience for the consumption of it. Two guys off to my right, two at the cash off to my left and two others floating around. All... Starring at me. Seriously?! Have you never seen a foreigner before?! Ugh!!! Lol This also happened to be the time I learned that when ordering an omelette, a food available just about as commonly as chai, always ask what's in it. In the north, masala omelette is with vegetables. Yum! In Munnar however, it is with ...
A lazy morning found us at a late breakfast at Rapsy. We had egg curry and omelette. Walking back revealed to Lauren that hidden on the corner of our road, not 100m from our hotel, was a cake store. This led to much celebration between Alex and Lauren, both of whom had been craving cake. Because when don't they?
Then we lay in bed watching TV until afternoon tea which was, obviously, cake. Admittedly the banana bread was sumptuous. Alex hit the ...