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... We've decided to stay here for five days to chill out and take a break from the hot, bustling cities. We've done a bit of exploring around the local area and found some waterfalls and shizz, and we plan to do some proper hiking either tomorrow or when we go to Ooty in a couple of days. Today we went for a walk and had to walk through a group of very aggressive monkeys, some of which charged us. There are moneys all along the roads higher up the hill. ...
... to understand! Sometimes it can also be used without any prior conversation at all for example, Chris walked out a shop today and there was a man in the street wobbling his head at him?! We have started to perfect our own Indian head wobble and sometimes find ourselves doing it without even realising!
We hope you're all well and will keep you updated with the back waters of Kollam and Allepey.
Love to you all and happy head wobbling.
Love Sarah and Chris. xxx ...
... in the saddle I went.
We went up a little hill, trying to find a trail to follow, cutting through bushes and ducking branches. There wasn't really any kind of path to follow so there was a lot of getting scraped by shrubs and trees. The further we went into the woods the more difficult it was and soon we were following a sort of natural foot trail along the edge of a sort of ledge, trees on the left side and a drop off on the right. We got to a point where there was a low ...
... 6 km from Munnar. This vantage point offers astounding views of breathtaking grandeur of the nearby tea, coffee and spice plantations. You can feast your eyes on the misty hills, green meadows and ravines crisscrossed with white streaks of gurgling rivulets.
Me,Shweta and Sia enjoyed the boat ride for one hour following by the little scoop of ice cream for baby Sia.
Finally, return to home with tired body and fresh mind. Day 1 ...
... the chief idol. In the second outer prahāram, is a celebrated shrine to Ganapati, besides the carriage-house of the Lord's Golden Chariot.
Below is a short brief of Avinankudi Temple:
This ancient and large temple at the foot of the hills is highly renowned and is known as Kulandai Velayudhaswamy Temple, Thiru ...