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... even begin to describe how incredible these two are... their passion for botany, the environment and their community is truely inspirational. They travel the world collecting seeds and hybridize roses and other flora. They have around 200 species currently growing and thousands of seedlings that will develop within 8 years. Staying with them has been such a pleasure. We were served incredible south indian dishes around the clock, we had our first experience with ...
... days that we were in Kodai! After further tests and two different types of antibiotics, Kate was told that some parasites were living in her intestines, gross!! Just one tablet before bed cured Kate the next day. So we went to Coakers Walk. The views would've been better if there was less cloud! The next day we booked our flights to Thailand. Before which we had a four hour hair-pin turn bus ride down the mountain to Madurai, where ...
... we mean. So to pass the time waiting for the bus we played some games,'see how many people are blatantly staring at you in 360 degree rotation' and 'spot the Indian without a moustache' (my personal favourite as it is quite hard) are to name but a few. The bus finally arrived packed with people but Djohn, who miraculously boarded the bus before it had stopped, had secured us some seats which we greatly accepted. Three hours later and after being scared for ...
... cloud, lovely. The small town is surrounded by rounded hills covered in Eucalyptus forest with the odd craggy outcrop and waterfall to make us feel at home. We're even staying in a Youth Hostel! appropriately basic and quaint, built in the thirties, and with doorstep views over the mountains, its like we never left Cumbria. Spending a few days here walking and cycling before we head back down to the ...
... and so lots of the things we wanted to do are closed: visit to a tea plant and the tea museum. We went off to a waterfall after another long drive on these crazy roads. Again paid a fee, only 10 rupees, to look at the falls.
Back through Munnar to a tea plantation to walk through it and hear about the harvesting (no one doing it today -- holiday). After we walked about half way up the hill it started to rain so we beat a retreat in fears of being caught in the ...