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... buried under that particularly gorgeous blanket of cloud and I wouldn't have a clue, but I snapped a bunch of photos anyway before heading back home. Also, a visit to Kodaikanal isn't complete without an early morning stroll around the lake with a brief stop at a dhaba for a chai and a bread omelette which I had purely to find out what the actual **** it is. So you know ...
... new toilets and signs are erected telling people not to urinate in the street, men show their determination not to be forced into change by ******* on the signs. The more I’ve thought about the situation it reminded me of how we Australians rebel against government programs we don’t like. Thinking back to the rubbish though, as I hear my fellow westerners being very critical of the rubbish they see casually lying around everywhere, it’s caused me to see the ...
... department office. It was around 11 and planned to spend the day in Kodaikanal lake. Kodaikanal lake is a artificial lake in the heart of Kodai town. Activities like horse riding, cycling, boating etc are common in and around the lake area. We rented a tandem bicycle for an hour and was pedaling the 4 km stretch around the lake. It was very interesting to ride through the beautiful lakeside in the drizzling rain. Had some snack and my wife was ...
... to those that hold fears from abroad I would have to scoff. India is what you make of it, and though surely my time spend in the hot and dusty plains of Tamil Nadu will resemble little of that spend in the tropical hills, the same attitude of exploration is one I’ll try to keep me through good times and bad.
Top point was an important moment for me. Here, I took several moments to set myself up on a stone overlooking the un-capture-able and closed my ...
... morning I got my hug and high-tailed it on to Fort Cochin for a day of sight-seeing before hopping on a bus to the tea-plantation town of Munnar. I'd like to say that the hug resulted in bursts of color, mind-blowing revelations, or other such reveries, but perhaps my cynicism got the better of me. Oh well, if nothing else it was nice to get a hug while on the road.
Getting to Munnar involves a 7 hour trip on the public bus along ...