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... s the thing; The reason I'm happy to pay for guided walks rather than wandering off on my own (apart from my utter lack of a sense of direction and thus my tendency to get very very lost) is the guide's knowledge. This guy didn't have a ******* clue. Either that or he didn't give a flying ****, one of the two. Every question we asked him he just shrugged and said, "I don't know." I mean, it was a nice enough walk. The first part of it, we might as ...
... elementary school. And that was from far where you can't really see the monstrosity. They are HUGE!!!! and dinosaur-like. Big and gangly and slow. But amazingly cute and cuddly. ;) To see the caretakers step up on their leg and let them on their backs is interesting. You feel that they have an intimate relationship. Like dads with their daughters high up on their shoulders.
Next was the open air jeep. Well. Truth be told, the entire two days were an open air jeep. I was ...
5:30 am in India is not pleasant
Well, maybe not so bad, as there is not too much traffic on the roads. Enough but not too much!
So we are off at 5:30 for a coach to Metapalayam where we are to catch a steam train to the Nilgiri mountains.
The sun is not yet up and traffic is not yet awake – particularly the drivers. Sitting in the front of the minibus and trying to catch sight of pedestrians and motorcyclists together with are ...
Coming home from a day trip to Ooty (handmade chocolate capital of the world), we rounded the corner of the drive to spot a bison in the tea field right next door, eating the weeds in between the shrubs. He lifted his head to look at us, and there were tendrils of creeper hanging down each side of his mouth. We reached for our trusty cameras, and when we zoomed in we started to notice that there was more than one … we saw a baby one and a ...
... as they all thought that she was uncomfortable so they moved the luggage on the floor out of her way, piled it up between them, then moved people around with children thrown onto the other seat. Kathy sat, rather embarrassed, trying to stop them! We stopped half way through (a 2 hour journey) for tea and snacks and someone bought a pack of biscuits that got passed around. One of the little girls started singing along to her dads phone ringtone, which happened to ...