Green Hills Estate
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We made it to Coorg! It was 6 in the morning, and we are in-rested and tired as hell but we made it to our nature weekend! Madikeri is a small town, and we got off the bus and went straight into a coffee shop, where we had some coffee that actually tasted like coffee (rare, in India, as we've found out). We cheekily used the "bathroom" in the back to brush our teeth and wash our faces, and then headed off to a tomb at the end of the town. There we ...
... waved off by Stephen. He pointed out that our front tire was a bit low on air, better stop at the petrol station for a pump up.
Ooty Rhymes with Snooty
It was another fabulous day with blue skies. A bit chilly even, especially in the shade. After 18 km we reached Ooty, a good size hill station with ample choices in accommodations ...
Set amongst the Brahmagri hills; a lush forest, is the temple of Thirunelly, built 7,000 .years ago
It is at the junction of 3 Indian states, and 4 wildlife reserves #nature
The Brahmagri hills have much historical significance, with stone-age man living in the area. Subsequently, many other natives have lived in the region for the past 10,000 years. #culture
The main period of focus is the time of the Dravidians (5000 - 4000 BC), after extensive ...
... being Hindu, there would be no formal celebration. In the same way we are aware of Diwali though, they knew that Christmas Day was fairly important for people from the West.
On the evening of Boxing Day, they were to perform one of their tribal dances (the Performance as it became known) in the south of the state.
There were a few other people from the village waiting to get into tuk-tuks, but myself, Madhu, and a guy ...
... bigger towns (two wooden shacks, and a food stall next door) and then into the Wayanad Wildlife District.
There were well-meaning, if amusing, signs along the way of animals reminding passengers, for example, to not drop plastic because "it will end up in the stomachs of monkeys"
Around one of the corners we passed 3 elephants, which caused everyone to rush to the back of the bus to see.