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... leaving Kerala behind. Winding down the mountain there were monkeys waiting on each corner for cars to slow down and for people to throw food out to them. Beats having to forage for food. Smart monkeys!! We also passed a bullock cart returning from Kerala having taken a load of fruit and vegetables to market the night before. The driver was asleep but the bullocks knew the way down. At the base of the mountain we found fields of vegetable crops irrigated with water from the ...
... on route we crossed the bridge over the river, but there was no water, literally no river , it hadn't rained for months and it had totally dried up. It was really sad, the tuk tuk driver told us that people had started praying for water, very sad. We spent a good hour at the museum, Gandhi truly was an amazing man, and such an inspiration for people today. We then headed for the Meenakshi Temple, the temple we had heard most about and a must see. It ...
... slow and steady manner and gradually passes through the numerous toll plazas before getting into the hillocks and valleys of the neighbouring districts. The landscape is pretty much devoid of dense forests or hilly terrains on the course of the entire journey, and will instead consist of small hills and a couple of coconut trees. Small temples dot the way.
One major city which one ...
... experienced in India before) you are always glad to be leaving. It's true. The confronting face it presents the traveller is hard to overcome. Home seems like a paradise. This isn't what a holiday is supposed to be, you're not supposed to view your home as paradise. But you do. India isn't like home. It doesn't claim to be. I don't think it wants to be. I'm not sure what it wants to be. The best quote I've heard about India (and I forget who said it) was that every ...
... same operating theatre. It works like clockwork – a sister brings a new patient in and preps them whilst the first surgery is going on, just as another sister helps a patient who has just finished surgery out. We had the pleasure of spending an hour in the OR watching cataract removal surgeries performed by the “Rock Star” of Aravind Dr. Haripriya. She had four operating tables going at once, with each surgery taking an average ...