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... goodness that melted in mouth, so of course we bought a pack of those too :) Then there was the beef lasagne and wood oven baked spagetti followed by full english breakfast in a restaurant named cloud street. We also ate at a little cafe named pot luck attached to a pottery shop which sold very pretty mugs and crockery which i would have loved to take home here ollie finally had a beefburger and I a Mexican style veg and cheese wrap with a steaming cup ...
... sanctuary, there is a small town called Marayur. After Marayur it got nicely chill and the roads are little steep. There were no series of hair-pin bends in the munnar road but there were few astray ones to mention. Could see Tea/coffee plantations after the board saying 25 km to Munnar. There were many small waterfalls on the way, few even drains through the roads, Since it was just the start of monsoon, ...
... to offer welfare benefits such as free housing, schools, healthcare (even building a hospital) and eventually crèches. They then offered ‘pickers’ jobs to the wives so that the families could benefit from the business.
Eventually the company also realised that they needed a sustainable source of fuel and illegally imported Eucalypt seeds in the stockings of the Directors wife. Once planted this ...
... up water buckets in the bath room. The water was only marginally hotter than the shower.
So I slept like a log the first night here after getting very little sleep the days before, and got up before 7 ready to go trekking. The trek was organised through the hostel so it was easy enough to get down there for a 730 start. we walked up into the tea plantations and then trekked up through some of the mountain, apparently we climbed the ...
... the cycle of poverty within poor and tribal families is a fantastic ethos. He explained that they have close relations with local businesses and provide practical courses in electronics and tailoring for those who don’t pass the examinations required to continue education beyond the 10th Standard.
Perumel said he would come and eat with us again for our last night, and this time he brought Mugi. Mugi and Perumel had driven Sarah and I to Trivandrum after our visit ...