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... around are full, because people come from everywhere to see it.
"The Hindus believe something," he said with a shrug, "I don't know. Hindus believe a lot of things. I don't understand." Later on he showed us a plant called Holy Basil and told us, "Hindus walk around their temples and do a ritual and eat this. I don't know why. I just know it's good for health." He stuffed it in his gob then showed ...
... stand at Valparai.
You will see wildlife without even trying to. Lion tailed macaques merrily stroll on the main road, as do bisons, muntjacs and sambar deer. Nilgiri Tahr can be seen sometimes at Loams View Point and elephants are not uncommon. Great Indian Hornbills, Giant Squirrels, colourful Western ghats birds, ...
... the music instruments. The show continued with an introduction of the Carnatic musicians who gave rhythmic background to the drama. These were three people who created the music with drums and hand cymbals as well as a vocalist with a beautiful voice. After that the three actors were introduced with individual performances. Each performance was used to show the main characteristics of the ...
We woke up at 4:45 AM for our flight at 6:30 in the morning back to Cochin. Colby and I both just looked at each other and said that the same time, " I don't want to leave!" We both have feel in love with Delhi and the people we were going to leave there. We again didn't shower, packed our bags, and went and hugged and said goodbye to Savita. Both of us knowing we will be back someday...she left us saying we were her favorite girls from the US and that we are always more than ...
We hired a driver to take us around to the other sites around Munnar. We woke up at a decent hour and had a fairly terrible Nescafé breakfast at Roaches, at the recommendation of our hotel. Not the most appealing name though, huh? It was convenient though as it was just down the street. The Tata taxi driver did not really speak much English, and he drove quite fast and maniacal. I think we may have been duped by the guy Eric befriended at the barber yesterday. It seemed like ...