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... in search of a place called Top Station. This is a high point at the very edge of Kerala overlooking the plains of Tamil Nadu. It was wonderful to once again be travelling through this alien landscape passing rivers and lakes and small stalls serving chai and local baked goods. Banana Fry (fritters) and a variety of battered onion snacks are served all over the place. Some are like Bhajis and some are like Pakoras and some are just plain ...
... It really is quite beautiful.
The museum was very old and clearly not well funded but we were shown a documentary film which was quite interesting and told us that TATA had sold the plantation to its workers who were well looked after and catered for.
Lunch again at our guesthouse and we needed all our energy for MM in the car on the 4 hour drive home again.
Gosh never were we so glad to see the back of someone!
... massive grin! We went to Periyar as Sara wanted to go to the wildlife park in the town. The government claims it to be a tiger sanctuary although none of the park rangers had even seen one. Sanj excitedly told that that a tiger ran across the road in front of his car once, a mere 14 years ago. We were quite disappointed with Periyar as the wildlife park was very expensive compared to the rest of India. The entrance fee for foreigners was 10 times of that for the ...
We have created an imaginary flag which we carry with us every day. You can unfurl and wave it when you are in danger of getting too angry or frustrated with the way things seem to work here. It says 'This Is India'. For example, when four ladies forcibly elbow their way past you in the queue to get on the ferry and take your seat, or three different guides tell you three different names for the same tree (Silver root? Silver rock? Silver ...
... air became increasingly warm, traffic became increasingly heavy and we became increasingly sticky. We rolled into Kochi at around 7.30pm, and proceeded to spend the evening on the lounging terrace of our guest house in front of an electric fan. As the evening progressed it was clear there was going to be no let up in the relentless heat; thankfully our hosts took pity on us and allowed us to take the fan to our room, allowing for a marginally more comfortable sleep on our last night in ...