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... was really a steep slope peppered with large rocks set in the hill like steps which led onto an awesome section where the tree roots intertwine and act as large steps and then just a dusty dirt track until we reached The Dolphins Nose, a rock lookout overhanging a precipitous drop. Even though our path had descend nearly 500 feet we were still so high up that we were stood in the clouds. I kept my eyes open for care bears but alas none were seen. It ...
... the guide had disappeared ahead, telling us to stay where we were (hello, risk management -- oh wait, they don't worry about such things in this country!), and then came running back towards us, montioning for us to move back, which was a bit alarming. We did see the elephants, four of them, by creeping around the woods (yes, I simply had to squeeze every single bit of snake fear out of my mind as there were potentially charging animals in the mix) and ...
... br> hazy as we arrived and as the evening drew in the clouds came down
and we were surrounded in mist. As it was our first time in a
homestay and there didn't seem to be many others around we weren't
sure what to expect or when we would get our dinner. When it got to
about 8pm we decided we had better check it out...turns out all we
had to do was ask. 20 minutes later we had a delicious homecooked
curry- egg masala and a veg curry with ...
... Eve celebrating with Duncan the Aussie, Christian and Kate the Canadian couple, and a couple of Germans who I'm sure had names as well (I blame the beers). Christmas day was pretty lazy too although Duncan and I did manage to knock back a few beers and celebrate the holiday by watching Spiderman 3 on TV.
Hope you had a great holiday and missed me as much as I missed you (or more, I'm cool with that too).
... 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 ...