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... en ville pour manger et on s'est trouvé un petit resto qui faisait un poulet grillé délicieux. Ca ne payait pas de mine mais on s'est régalé. Après ça on est allé boire une bière dans un bar pas loin. Il n'y avait aucune femme. Cela était le cas hier et avant-hier. Je crois que les femmes ne vont pas au bar dans la région. D’ailleurs, il n’y avait même pas de toilettes pour les femmes. J’ai pu vérifier de mes propres ...
... priory to the Church. Our room does have something of a cell like feel to it!!
We visited a tea plantation today and were allowed to look round the processing plant. Fascinating and very Dickensian!! We were told that the tips are picked from the bushes twice a month and the best tea comes from the highest slopes. The tea bushes like water but they don't like their roots to stand in it which is why the ...
... of pedestrians too. He didn't need to tell me this. I learned it on my own with a near miss.
I was walking down Ooty's main road, Commercial Road, when I saw a scrawny old man pushing his fully laden cart up the hilly part of the road. After hesitating for a moment, I decided to help him push his cart over the hump. While I was helping him, I got a few strange looks and laughs from some locals, but that was to be expected. When we reached ...
... once you plug it in to your computer, you can be connected to the internet anywhere and anytime. Since I like to use the internet in my hotel rooms, this is what I wanted to get.
After hours of walking around and asking, we still came up empty handed. Ooty is apparently too small a town to have the devices readily available. Eventually, though, we found one small shop from which we could order the USB-modem and it would be shipped to Ooty tomorrow.
... country houses, cottage gardens and smiling friendly locals, before joining the hair pin road just behind a truck of dancing over excited festival goers. The descent to the jungle was fun and involved over taking a lot of vehicles. The sun was setting so beautifully as we passed though the jungle, with chital deer running across the road before us.
At the tiny village of Thottalingi we stopped for some last minute purchases, before heading home to Bokkapuram.