Hotel Kumily Gate
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... and tea displayed in large sacks which looked amazing; one of the stalls sold vegetables that I recognised, potatoes, cauliflower and carrots, we certinally haven't seen much of these. Another stall had great cooking pots and of course a wonderful display of machetees which they use to open cocoanuts;don't think Ill come across these in Warwick market! Great place
In the afternoon we visited a spice garden called Mr ...
The morning after our last entry in Thanjavur, Inga was out on the exterior staircase when she spotted a monkey. She called Sharon to see, and then....we were surrounded by a band of brown, curious, insistent monkeys. We retreated to the other side of the glass door to watch them. One little monkey in particular had a nice big poop, and then sat on the railing, thoroughly cleaning his butt with his hand. We did not use the railing on the staircase after that.
... and met his daughter and wife properly. We were trying to use the wifi but just could not get connected.
We started chatting about his rating on Trip Advisor and he stared at us blankly, not really knowing what it was all about. He did not know that he had made such an impression on his previous guests that they had voted him up to number 3 in the Kumily accommodation ratings. The internet not working was so frustrating as we ...
... musste mich doch sehr beherrschen, vor Entzücken nicht loszuquietschen. Und wir waren unglaublich nahe dran! Zu nah, wie Shaja sofort feststellte - er gab uns Handzeichen, duckte sich und sauste die nächste Anhöhe hoch, wir nix wie hinterher. In ei*****maßen sicherer Entfernung erklärte er uns, dass man nicht näher als 15 Meter 'ran darf, weil wilde Elefanten auch gerne mal angreifen. Ein bisschen genossen wir noch den Anblick ...
... of one car to another. From here we walked with our driver to the ticket office for the boat trips on the huge lake. This area was a tourist magnet where we saw more Europeans and North Americans than at any time in India. A young woman from New York accosted us hoping to borrow a mosquito spray and then carried on to tell us about her adventures living and working as a volunteer in a remote mountain region of Tamil Nadu. Having previously worked on Wall Street, ...
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