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... their own songs? I'll have to look this up.
We went through jungle high on the mtn to valley streams and up again passing farm in disuse at the moment because of the lack of water. They would start planting again once the summer monsoons brought rain (starting in June - Aug). Most of the farmers here planted carrots, strawberries, cabbage and other farmers grew tea. India is one of the world's top exporters (second to China) of tea, and also consumes 70% of the tea they ...
... 5 layers to go out for dinner and sleeping with socks and 4 blankets on and we were still cold! However Ooty had enough charm and beauty for us to put up with the cold nights.
We decided to stay at the YWCA hostel here which is absolutely beautiful and if it was in the Lake District we would love to be able to buy and run a place like this :). It is a former brewery and our room cost £4.50 per night and was very spacious. There were also 3 big light ...
... some good fish, chicken and beef helps out. Quite spicy and sometimes hot, hot,hot.
Go to bed about 10:00 to be welcomed by two pleasantly warm hot water bottles. The man had come round earlier and asked – yes please – and whether I wanted the fire lit – not tonight. I thought that that could have been a bit too much. They are available because we are some 7,000 feet up and it does get a tad cool at night even after 30 or so during the ...
... one or the other – I decided uphill. He told me that was the wrong answer. Because they are so big, they can’t run downhill. I could, and even if I took a tumble, I would still be able to get up and keep running, but a bison wouldn’t – he would do himself serious damage. I remembered how carefully the huge guy had placed his hooves when he was stepping down off the rock, he gingerly tested the firmness of each foothold ...
... closed restaurant at our Hostel. (When I say 'industrialised area' I mean two bike workshops)Thunder and lightening and storms and rains so a wonderful cool refreshing break from the sticky heat.
One night however was enough. And the following day we caught the next bus out of the India's England to Calicut which was a good stopping off point on the way to Kerala.