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... warm) for 20p:) Unfortunately Coakers walk was cloaked in mist so the magnificent views 2000m below were not really visible.
We then took a stroll around the lake, a short 5km circuit. The views were like those of an english lakeside but we were tempted to hire one of the pedlows and row to the middle of the lake to get some sort of peace from the car horns and people! We didn't do this though as for some reason ollie didn't want to pedal a boat with ...
... spatula tipped streamers in the tail." The trees were gigantic -- easily the tallest and most diverse collection of trees we'd seen anywhere in India (and we have gotten around, as you know). It felt great to be walking in the peace and quiet of the forest, enjoying the unidentifiable but pleasant fragrances in the breeze. At one point a guide and a French couple came down the path towards us, a bit breathy with both exhilaration and a bit of fear, ...
... elephants undergo whilst young.
After the elephants the next stop on our tour was some waterfalls which despite
being pre monsoon still had quite a bit of water in them. It was
quite busy with lots of tourist – mainly Indian. A small group of
men decided to drag Matt to join them under the waterfall.
The next stop after than was a spice garden where we had 20 minute tour of
various different spices – jack fruit, ...
... of every plant can be crushed up to reveal some magical smell which leads you to its fruit or seeds.
After a few days of Kumily Duncan and I bussed over out of coffee country and across the some invisible line into tea country. The team plantations were HUGE...entire valleys filled with tea plants and people wandering around still harvesting the most delicate parts by hand.
There isn't much to do in Munnar but ...
Woke up to yet more rain, feeling really sad to be leaving after such a short time. Sandrun brought us a feast to set us off properly on the bikes. As well as Dosa, Idlies and some tiny delicious pancakes he had brought scrambled eggs which he put inside sweet bread to make sandwiches and stuck them together with honey –actually a very good combination. Perumel then came and brought the older boys to carry the luggage. It had stopped raining luckily as he was not at ...