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... and I jump out again to find any soul that would help me and I find this security having his dinner and when he sees me he is like do u want to share my food and I am like “No Uncle, But you need to tell me fast, like really quick how far is the airport”? He leaves his unfinished plate and walks me to car telling me directions that there was this Big huge signboard I cannot afford to miss not even 500mts down the road. I wanted to give him a hug out of joy that ...
... were met on a road by a couple of jeeps and taken to Green View Cottages for a final, massive, all you can eat feed of rice and stuff to mix into the rice. It just kept on coming until we'd all had our fill. Seriously, this walk, it's worth the price in food alone.
Often, what Indians consider trekking, we would refer to as a casual stroll. Anwin had told us at the beginning of the walk that when he ...
... in 1880s by the British. In the mid 1947 when India became independent from the British the TaTa company which is a huge company in India and produces everything from tea to mobile phones and cars to bedding and water; they bought 55,000 acres of tea plantations and have 14,400 people working for them. Only the women work out in the tea plantations picking the tea leaves, they work 8-5 Monday to Friday and half day on Saturday, they have to pick 21kilos of ...
... the hand, luckily ours was served with a fork and spoon. Although there were limited eating places in Munnar, we ate in a lot of local places which worked out about 3.50GBP a day for the two of us.
The following day, we boarded one of the local government buses to Alleppey and the backwaters. The bus journey down the sometimes steep mountain roads was a little terrifying and the driver seemed to be taking some of the mountain corners at quite ...
... gonna work. Bill can have the shake. Mr. S, our driver, is having a rough day too. Missed an important turnoff and had to backtrack. Discovered a leak in the right rear tire. And scratched his back bumper when he was parking. He also mentioned that he and his wife were having a disagreement over money. We just listened. Everyone needs to vent sometimes. In the evening we went to a martial arts ...