Hill Top Towers
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... m used to. Many of the animals wandering around look undernourished and I know we westerners have a tendency to immediately take this as a sign of India’s backwardness. However, the more I watch the street scenes it appears the animals here are treated as equals and expected to fend for themselves. They are left to roam and scavenge whatever they can, which it seems is what most humans here have to do. It made me reflect about how we consider ourselves much more ...
... never had these before and it was like a mini pasty deep fried :) I think I ate more of Ollie's meal than my own. Including drinks this cost £4. We went back on our last night too and had the same but chicken fried rice instead of the noodles.
We also found a little tiny shop called pastry corner where we bought slices of Margarita (sauce was a little spicy of course!) pizza for lunch 15 p each and the lady gave me a cookie to try which was ...
... to watch so it seemed. The quality of play was largely pretty weak but the game finished 2-1 (dunno what the teams were) and the winning goal that I saw was pretty spectacular... Scored right from the halfway line!
Today we had arranged a guided tour of the highlights of the mountain ranges, taking us on a scenic drive through the mountains. We did this as part of a small group (2 Danish girls, a couple from ...
... grilled chicken, French fries and steamed vegetables. Bland and beautiful. Perfect! I never thought I would be raving about dried out grilled chicken, but there you go. I also have some lemon coriander soup which is very delicious but a wee bit too spicy. I eat it all it is so good. Back in the room I check my e-mails and other sites – I have secure wifi. I soon find myself falling asleep and turn everything off and turn in for the ...
... dragonflies but they made it even cooler.
By the way, riding downhill 17 kilometers is a lot of fun...I mean A LOT of fun. Uphill....ehh, I could skip that part.
I also did a tour of some spice gardens, a coffee plantation, and a tea factory. The spice garden explained why India has such a huge population. Everything that grows in the mountains is not only edible but medicinal and smells/tastes amazing! Every ...