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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 ...
... for such emergencies.
And would you believe that my flight was eventually delayed for a further couple of hours? We finally left Chennai at about 23:30, a full three hours after the flight was originally scheduled to leave, and a full EIGHT hours after I arrived at the airport earlier in the day. As a result, I didn't get to Scott and Tawan's home in Chennai until 3 in the morning. (Thanks so much for being awake and opening the door for me, Scott!) ...
... 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 ...
... and pretty.
We went to explore, starting with The Mall , just about 5 mins walk from here , via Johnsons Café where we had a lovely breakfast – fried eggs, sauteed mushrooms and toast and coffee, very , very nice.
Most places were closed as it was Sunday and Election Day so we walked up into a small village and a group of men started chatting to us , they were smoking the local ' chillum' which to you and me is hashish. Well not to me as I ...
... driver, whoever he was, held all the cards. He, the cabbie and Tim had known it from the start. Like a moron, I’d only just realised it. I tapped taxi driver guy on the shoulder:
“Can you call back and tell your friend that 4,500 is OK?”
“And can you also ask him how long it will be until he arrives?”
The snow had turned ...