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... size-adjust: auto;">On the last day we decided to get a tuk tuk to take us to the nearby Chinnar Wildlife sanctuary. Getting a tuk tuk there was a good experience, our driver knew all the best spots on the way there to stop for photos and food. And he was amazing at spotting animals. We stopped and saw the local giant grizzled squirrel, several birds, wild buffalo and most importantly loads of monkeys!!
... sequentially and in small increments to home in on the hidden staircase leading to the near mythic tailor-tailor-tailor.
9. Hand over the linen.
An older man will nod knowingly at the linen and gesture at you from his small stall. You must now hand the linen to him whereupon he will efficiently wrap the parcel, drawing neat lines in particular places. His wife will look on and approve. When done the tailor-tailor-tailor will walk away with your linen to a ...
... a rickshaw for the day and headed to a number of Munnars attractions. The Evavikulam national park was quite something else. The landscape is like the shire crossed with telletubby land, rolling hills of green made up for tea plants for miles surrounded by towering granite mountains. The climbing here must be amazing, the granite slabs are huge and have beautiful water streaks of blue, red orange and green running down them.
The other main thing ...
... with scalding hot bags of oil-soaked herbs. VERY different from western massage, but then the whole point of coming to India was to experience the new and different! :)
We'd been cautioned by multiple locals not too book too much time on the houseboat, for fear that we'd get bored; we tried to explain that at home we prefer to spend our free time relaxing in nature with no specific schedule, but that was a ********cept for them to understand. It became a running ...
... that signifies 'ok’ or ‘yes’ in response to requests and the huge number of people that directed us to the right place, or helped us get off a train at the right stop or helped with our bags on a crowded bus. Finally you can’t be in India without seeing a cow or seven wandering down the main road, or curling up in the fast lane of the express way, joining us for some sunbathing on the beach or trying to head butt Cat!