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... thriving long term backpacker and psy trance party theme, we even hoped that we might make it to one of the little festivals pop up in the mountains, but sadly for us we are too late as the season had already wound up and the winters chill has chased all the chilled out travellers who have probably moved down south to warmer climates to lie in a hammock and contemplate life away from the Manali winter. With many of the shops shutters drawn closed for the winter it’s a real shame ...
... ward was a big open room with about 6 rows of beds. We were paired with a sister giving medications to the children. She showed us her medication cart and she started her round. I couldn't help but notice that she had 4 different serving cups and spoons sitting in a bowl of water on the cart. She took one of the cups and poured a syrup in it, and another and another. She gave the cup to the child, washed it out, and started filling it with another syrup ...
... and paid 152 rupees (Rs. 50 per vehicle and Rs. 2 as entry Fee and Rs. 50 for camera).
Now started the real adventure. There is no proper road. All I could see was an endless stretch of about 3kms width comprising of small to medium sized rocks amidst dense vegetation. Only the locals call it a road which seemed no road at all. I drove my bike at 20-25 kilometers per ...
... that cold beer sensation.
This blog thingy clearly owes a lot of its humour (?) to my pleasureable quest to remain fully hydrated at all times.
The plan from here on is to try and revisit the Coast North of Chennai before searching out croissant and coffee in a few days.
The exciting news today though is that I saw my first sign for Kannyakumari - but I won't be taking the direct route - imagine ...
... the food was very good and cheap , we decided after the crazy Delhi prices and tax we need to cut down on spending. We got chatting to Peter from Sweden who is an artist who has been here on and off for 7 years , he was smoking the chillum and announced he was stoned as he wandered off down the stairs ! A real character !
It was also the only place where we have seen so many Westerners , French, Italian, Brits and Swedish all having lunch. The Hot Chocolate ...