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... or some far away terror that simply didn't happen to me, like earthquakes or volcanoes or daytime television. I shuffled up to the YWCA where I had a dorm bed booked and waited until I was allowed to check in. They have this rule whereby if you check in before 9am then you have to pay for the full previous night and whilst ₹200 wasn't going to have my bank fleeing for the nearest dark corner to curl up in and cry, the tight fisted backpacker in me ...
... of affection. The ones who are not married are at least 4 years + younger than me...24-28. The conversation a table over seems to be an age old argument in any country, but then, in India it has more relevance than in the States or Europe because of their family expectations rooted so much more deeply than that of the more burgeoning independence of the past couple generations in the US where there was more allowed flexibility and the belief of "love" as the ultimate reason that ...
... as it gave a kind of social history of the town around the 19th Century: Master of the Hounds, Captain in the 36th European Regiment, 18 y o lost at sea, two children dying aged 3 and 6 months – the latter clearly being a replacement for the first. Hard times and easy times.
The Botanical Gardens were not particularly good: David and I were interviewed by some roving reporter about why we were there and what did ...
... is just good, as they traverse though the core areas and water holes of the region. The sightings was very good as you see in the post.
After an eventual safari we came to the TTDC canteen for our lunch which was vegitarian and excellent thali whhich was as good as home cooked after an hearty meal we left for a day out towards OOTY.
As we left the town of Masinagudi we took the beautiful ghats ...
... then hinted that he might like a cup of tea for his trouble!! We gave him some money for it and sat down on a bench seat. We were then joined by a lot of women and children as the bus gradually filled up, and finally by one woman who stood in front of us and put her handbag on my lap for safekeeping while Kathy had another shove a bag under her legs.
At Aravanu, we hopped off and wound our way down the hill. On coming across 2 men, we checked we ...