Hotel Kodai International
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... a seed into the ground because banana trees don't produce seeds. It's not a case of burying a banana and waiting for it to grow. A banana tree produces a few little baby trees around it as it grows, so you need to take one of these baby trees and plant it, then that'll grow, and produce some more baby trees around it, and so on and each tree will give you only one bunch ...
... whole economy is based on planned obsolescence and everyone who can read without moving his lips should know it by now. We make good products, we induce people to buy them, and then next year we deliberately introduce something that will make those products old fashioned, obsolete. We do that for the soundest reason: to make money.”
So, it seems we have set all our 'hopes’ on the new four horsemen of this apocalypse which have been unleashed for the ...
... the forested hills, reaching the mile tall mountains after only a couple hours of driving. The trees here were thick enough to give a true impression of being immersed in forest, and the lush greenery we’d become accustomed to remained with us. Fog and clouds rolled along the rocks, hiding the tips of the mountains and sliding down the slopes as we gazed at the valley which separated our mountain path from the one across from us. My face was glued to the window for ...
... As planned earlier, we headed to Cumbam. Cumbam-Theni route was a smooth ride, but with couple of halts in between as the new by-pass road wasn’t fully constructed. Apart from that, the ride to Theni was a pleasant one & moreover we could take our rides to greater speeds. By asking the directions at correct junctions we headed towards outer munnar without any confusion as none of us had ...
... lovely break in the "I-see-white-people" phenomenon that has otherwise plagued much of India. I spent several days here, enjoying a half-day guided trek through the plantation, a day trip to Chinnar Wildlife Preserve, and a few days just relaxing and socializing with the great group of people staying at my guest house before traveling back down to Fort Cochin to catch the night train to Goa.