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... expedite the situation. A trick we used 3 days in a row. Kochi has a great relaxed café culture and a booming arts scene which made for several fun days of wandering the streets taking pictures and enjoying varying quality of art. And no Indian odessy would be complete without a Sitar show (with noone else in the audience) or having to leave the Tibetan restaurant as it was flooding in the thunderstorm. After a few days in Kochi I headed to Ooty with Lisa ...
... rainy winter morning - the kind of day that I like to spend indoors with a good book! We decided that, tempting as it was, we better not lounge around the hotel all day. We arranged a guide and we headed off to see the rainy day sites of Ooty. Our first stop was a tea factory where we got a tour through the tea processing plant and then had an opportunity for some tea tasting. I was pretty interested in the process as I had already been surprised by the relatively large size ...
... street outside before being laid out and I didn't like to enter the bathroom without shoes on. So as Sham 69 once said- There's gotta be a Borstal breakout. We decided that whatever hidden beauties Ooty had to offer (and they were well hidden) we could probably live without them. The decision was made to move on the next day and to make the best of a bad situation we headed off to The Savor (and the only bar in town). The Savoy is an ...
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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, ...