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... and turn up their noses at what they see. You cannot visit India without being aware of the presence of rubbish wherever you go. However I was surprised to be greeted on several occasions by more educated Indians whose first question to me would be “So, what do you think of India and the rubbish?” Without waiting for an answer they would then tell me how bad it is. Then follow with stories of how difficult it is to bring change. I was told even when the ...
... to a pretty waterfall (I imagine its stunning but ferocious in the monsoon).
Sadly whilst we were here we also learnt that the "man eating tiger" of Ooty has been shot dead. He was an underweight male with injury to his jaw apparently which would have caused him problems hunting and may explain why he attacks the humans.
The princess of the hills has been kind to us but now we are very much looking forward to our next stop, our 3rd and final hill station at Munnar. ...
... arrival, we were a little bit dismayed to find our driver seemed to think we would be heading back the following morning and began demanding more money to stay until the evening, saying that he wouldn't have agreed to stay all day as he had another job to do, which struck us as odd since he had been trying to persuade us on the way up to stay until Monday. After about 20 minutes arguing, everyone was a bit frustrated, fortunately ...
... male & female). The
elephants were told to lie down on their sides in the river and then
we were given a coconut shell to scrub at their skins. A couple of
the younger ones had difficulty following the instructions given by
their mahouts and ended up being whacked by a stick. Which made a
rather loud thwacking sound making both me and Matt wince. It was
very uncomfortable to watch this and made you think the kinda off
... way to see India.
As we cycled off it began to pour with rain, and we only got round the first corner before we had to stop and fix Mikey's brakes again. We then had 10 miles slow uphill until we found a tiny village where a young boy took us to his father’s shed in which there was an air machine and we could sort both of our back tires which were pretty flat. The roads had seriously deteriorated by this point, and in the rain – not fun. We were ...