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... and never left. Fair enough, I could probably get stuck here for a while. Not too long, I'd freeze to death, but I reckon I could hang around for a while. He's gone and bought himself a bit of land and he's planting, amongst other things, banana trees. I thought it was a bit cold for bananas up here but his land is lower down, around 1000 m.a.s.l., and he told me ...
... our developed countries as we feed and look after our animals with satisfied pride. Yet we can be mostly unconcerned that at the same time so many of our fellow humans, our countrymen and women, are left to sleep rough and go hungry.
That thought has continued to swirl around my mind. Many pundits have even suggested we are creating a society where there are two classes of humans, those who have very little and those with extraordinary wealth. Already in India I can ...
... has a very strong presence in Kerala where it is the official opposition. It’s been a while since I have seen so many Che, Marx, Lenin and Engels images in one day.
Fifteen minutes after we got back to the massage parlor Dianne came out, she was flushed and laughing hysterically. Ten minutes later Tahina, Caitlin and Rahel joined us, also bursting with ...
... only challenging factor there was the scorching sun. As we entered Tamil Nadu, it was a whole new world. We came across to see "WINDMILLS" stretched for acres of dry land. We literally dint see any of the human race for about an hour. After a while, guess what...an old lady selling tender coconuts under a tree, it was like we found an oasis in the middle of a desert. This was it, we could ...
... another 4 that had attached themselves onto us.
Luckily they were mostly small and we pulled them off with twigs. We later learned that the tea pickers manage to avoid them by smothering their legs with coconut oil. We had been on the move for over 3 hours and only just reached the very top of this part of the world. Next we started to head downwards towards the Tea Museum which was back in Munnar town.