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... rest of the evening trying to fit our purchases into our bags. Mine was ok as I'm not a big shopper but I dunno how Willem manages it as he's got an 85L bag stuffed to the brim compared to my 55L one. Morning came and after breakfast we set ourselves up for another day of travel. After 7 hours, 3 buses and Willem getting travel sick and spewing up his breakfast we arrived in the hill station of Munnar......and it was still ...
... be at top station at sunset. What time should we set off for the trip for that to work?
R.M.: sunset at 5.30 you get back at 6
Us: so what time should we leave to be there at 5.30
R.M.: ok leave at 5.30.
Us: no no we want to ARRIVE at 5.30
R.M. no arrive back here at 6
Us: No. for sunset at topstation, what time do we start here?
R.M: oh start here now ok
Us: and that will get us there at 5.30?
... In the second week I'm also having some interesting culinary experiences, but most of the places I am staying at don't allow the possibility of eating out.
In Mumbai I ate in 3 of the restaurants that get the highest ratings in the guides. These are :
Mahesh Lunch Home - Seafood
Khyber - North Indian
Indigo - European/fusion
All of these places seem to attract a mix of wealthy Indians and western businessmen, with a few Western tourists ...
... 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 ...
The rain was so heavy overnight, the noise on the roof made it hard to sleep. It was a close call whether or not we could make it our bird watching, some of the roads had been flooded from the rain storm overnight. However, off we went with our guide (Mrs Sudah's son) and a much more expert birdwatcher, a doctor from Kerala. The size of his camera suggested he really liked bird spotting . No sooner had we left the house, we saw our first ...