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... away we
managed to get to the hotel unscathed. A few days later I asked about
the dogs and weather they are dangerous at night as there seem to be
an abundance of them here and was told that yes they are very
dangerous at night and you have to be careful so I think we got lucky
The next day
Dad wasn’t very well today so stayed
in to regain some of his energy which was probably depleted when Kate
was here as we were go go go. ...
... themselves. How, in the middle of the road, the odd cow manages to lie down to rest with a disinterested nonchalance, quite beggars belief.
In the country driving has became even more problematic as we’ve found farmers spreading their corn and other crops along fifty metre stretches of road to dry in the sun, thus restricting vehicles to share a single lane. My immediate reaction is that it is all a mess, yet it works and there is certainly far less road rage than ...
... for sale. Apparently over 60% of India's medicinal plants are grown here.
We did have difficulty in finding somewhere to stay as it appears most places were full or we found them to be rather expensive for the services they were offering. Some of the rooms were absolutely terrible. Plus we also had a guy that kept following us and telling us about the treks we can do with him and of course he has a taxi as well oh and he also knows places we can stay. ...
... my pocket, and he wants at them. I chuckled hastily and told him no thanks. Sorry man, I should at least find my hotel first before I start buying drugs off strangers.
Our hotel for the first night was nice with only one problem. They kicked us out. That same night of arrival we’re looking at surrounding hotel prices to find out what we can about the area. Luckily Kodai is a tourist spot. We book our next few nights, munch on some tasty tibetan food (anything not ...
... than inspiring. The kids I’m winding through the mountains with in Munnar now hail from places hailed back home as havens of youth culture. California is widely represented here, as well as Maryland’s coastal bays, while Arianne and I serve as the sole representatives for the Midwest. I am trying not to harbor ill will towards my home, as it keeps charge over all my loved ones, but it is impossible to deny that buried within me is a distaste for the culture ...