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... double bed in it and saying I'll put another one in and you can all share it, without any space for the bags or then a way to get to the bathroom. And helping me to learn that you never leave an open packet of peanut brittle on your bed all day if you dont like ants, so so many ants! Finding beer was also much easier with girls, after a trip to a very dodgy looking alcohol store, in Harry Potters auto no less, the girls were able to jump the whole ...
... 4 hours over half-finished hair-pinned mountain roads. We arrived tired only to discover that Ooty wasn't the lush, breezy hill station we had been led to believe. It was in fact incredibly grimy and polluted with heavy traffic. All was made slightly worse when the first couple of guest houses we tried were full and we ended up in a place that resembled Postal. The place was freezing, the bed linen looked like it had been dragged around ...
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Monday, 18 April, 2011
My main project today was making my way up the hill to the Ooty public library - to donate some books that I brought with me, had already read, and didn't want to carry back home with me.
The library was about to close for lunch at 13:00 as I was arriving, but I did manage to hand over four books about India to the very friendly ladies at the ...
... outside. Domino's, on the other hand, is hermetically sealed off from the environment - and with its air-conditioner not functioning yet, it was simply too hot to hang around in. In fact, while there, I experienced my first moments of sweating since being in town. So I proceeded as planned to the Sidewalk Cafe.
Minutes after I arrived at the Sidewalk Cafe, the American guy Jeff, whom I had met during my last visit to the cafe, ...
... most of all, the people seem really friendly here and more laid back than in the places we've been so far. Certainly less staring. We even came across a procession this morning of school children and representatives of Christian, Muslim and Buddhist faiths demonstrating unity and peace. Feels like a nice place to chill out. May stay a bit longer than the 5 days we've planned, we'll see.
So that's it for now. We're off to do some more exploring.