Hotel Crystal Court
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... pools. A hanging bridge constructed just opposite the falls comes in handy to click a lot of pictures. There is a Kali Mata temple on the other side of the bridge which was inaccessible to us.
While going back from the falls, we noticed a trail going up the mountain. This immediately activated our sense of adventure and we decided to try and trek to the top of the mountain. We thought we'd be able to see the source of ...
... were many others were way too swankily attired with hydration packs and et al to be considered serious runners. Most of the runners seemed to know few others, and were busy exchanging notes or bragging their accomplishments and technical knowledge of the sport. Was I unwittingly mocking at others for being either non serious runners or being only interested in the glamour part? I was to be proved wrong two hours later.
My strategy for ...
... up on email and news from the western world. We are taking an overnight bus (this an actual luxury bus, recent vintage, made by Volvo and with air conditioning, unlike the local bus on all counts) to Kochin, where we will rest up and recover from our ride and await the arrival of our friend Jen, who may well be smothered in conversation when she arrives and for days to follow.
I expect we will have wireless at our next few hotels, so I will udate when I can.
... of Kodagu (Coorg) district, in the afternoon and we settle in Crimson Eye home-stay.
In the evening we walk for about two kilometer to the ridge to see the sun set. The ridge provides a magnificent view of the landscape. As far as eyes can see, waves after waves of expansive Western Ghat hills scroll past until the horizon far in the west.
With approaching sunset the horizon is flushed with hues of ...
... of cheap, I also got a 'computerized' eye exam today for $1. It was a little less sophisticated than Lenscrafters, but for that much, I can get a second opinion before getting some new glasses for $20.
Finally, I've gone twice now with Christopher to a children's home at which an ever-changing group off yoga students from his shala (yoga school) volunteers. I'm a little sketchy on the particulars, but there are around ...