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... for longer but we didn't care as if was pretty chilly on the water.
It's been a welcome relief to experience some cool night time temperatures and not feel hot and sweaty for a couple of nights. Although it's bizarre being boiling hot in the day and cold at night.
Our exit from Ooti was on the nilgiri toy train as they call it here, a steam engine which will wind its way down the mountains and in ...
... monologue – As I'm writing this, i'm at my cafe of choice (Cafe Om) and a couple in the next table over is agueing about parents and marriage. The guy is talking about how the girl met his parents and he didn't meet her parents and where the relationship was going. Is it on or is it off. This "marriage" idea seems to be a common theme with my coworkers and Indian couples on a constant basis. My walk over to the cafe with coworkers was dealing with marriage, when to get ...
Today is to be a quiet day.
It started in a hurry as I did not wake up until 09:00 and we were due off at 09:30!! I hadn't slept well because of my cough. Woke up several times until 04:00 then zonk!!Anyway, rushing around and a quick breakfast got me there. My cough has been much better today.
A tour of Ooty took us to a Christian church and then to Ooty’s equivalent of Kew Gardens. Neither were great. The churchyard ...
... upon us from the far east we saw a herd of elephants by the road lazing and munching on the dew filled grass along side as if they had a good amount of security were the spotted deer's in full glory of the rising sun,
as we drove along slowly we were all glued to the road to see the elusive tiger in just a matter of seconds we saw a leopard cross the road so quick leaving hardly any time to tell others leave ...
I was up early, looking up the words to 'Dream Catch Me' and then having a morning singsong of this great song which we had so loved listening to in the car yesterday.
I took George out for a little stroll in the gardens to look at the flowers, then felt drawn to leave the property and walk down to the river. There I spied a big reddish squirrel up in the trees, as big as a monkey and leaping from tree to tree.