Hotel JC Grand
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... bananas grow at sea level and only a very specific kind of banana grows at altitude. They're a tiny thing, very sweet and sooooo delicious. I'm addicted to them. I buy them by the kilo and sit there shovelling them into my gob one by one. And you know what's interesting? Banana trees. They're ******* interesting. I never knew this, but you can't grow a banana tree ...
... trend well established. Only two days ago here, the newspaper ran an article saying “the nature of racism has changed.........away from prejudice based on genetics, to prejudice based on class.” This I found particularly telling, to read in an Indian setting where the caste system is so embedded. Yet, upon reflection I could understand why the report harked back to the situation described in Arthur Morrison’s 1889 essay of Britain, which described the people ...
... thirst as well as get directions. After having a couple of them, we set off again, now, heading to pallani. In pallani it was a whole different story, we had no place on the road to ride our bikes. The roads were filled with people everywhere, also the loud sound of temple music. We also saw some people carrying a dead body coated with some whitish powder & behind it, people dancing. We ...
... Alas, most of the food is too spicy and I end up not eating very much. Back in the room I check emails and finalize my plans to visit the family in South Africa, thanks to Emcie, who found and booked a local flight for me, saving me a lot of time, money and hassle. One of the best, if not the best things about my journey has been the wonderful people I have met. They have enriched my life and my travels, and provided me with the desire to continue on.
... were dropped off at 1,550m to begin our ascent of the summit of one of the hills. The trek was spectacular with truly amazing views across the valley, taking in all the criss-cross lines of the tea plantations. At this point in the day it was glorious sunshine and you could see for miles! I can't really do the views justice in writing so you'll have to just look at the photos! :-)
After a couple of hours the ...