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... tree climbing tuition! Whilst the film "Bang Bang" was in Hindi, fortunately for us it was a Bollywood remake of a Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz Hollywood film, so we managed to follow, but was certainly different to the original version, although was expecting to see more than 3 dances! Was loving the Marsala popcorn though!
One of the big draws for Wayanad ...
... to the female village leaders, who had fringe hair cuts and stretched ear lobes with discs. The guide also pointed out that many villagers had wider noses like people of African descent. We were scheduled to go to another village and do archery... The clouds were looming and we were all tired, but we put on our rain coats and started to trudge down the path. The guide was well ahead with one guy, and the rest of us dragged behind. We heard the rain before ...
... wait list, and if you are on this then you just hope someone has not showed up for their booked train!! It a long process, and everyone seems to book well in advance for all the family so there is about 5 of these forms each time! It took us three attempts and two hours in the queue, fist was to learn there was no train for the time we needed to be in Goa, only one which would have us arrive 5 hours after Jed, at this point we had no where to stay so didn't ...
... home of an affluent local family while the other was in several luxurious cabins on a coffee and spice plantation. Although there is some wildlife in the region we were the viewing tours available were not recommended so spent the time in such quieter activities as wandering the tea gardens and spice plantations, bird watching, and short hikes. The Western Ghats are a beautiful area and one I could have spent much more time ...
Okay, the south is a tad crazier in the rural areas. But just a bit. In Kalpetta, a town of about 26,000, there is a lot more going on in the streets. The area has a large Muslim population, while Fort Cochin is 90% Christian. I don't know if it is somehow discriminatory to observe, but it does seem like the street scenes in the Muslim and Hindu areas are more lively, while Christian areas are more, well, boring. Another way to put it is orderly.