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... a pretty waterfall (I imagine its stunning but ferocious in the monsoon).
Sadly whilst we were here we also learnt that the "man eating tiger" of Ooty has been shot dead. He was an underweight male with injury to his jaw apparently which would have caused him problems hunting and may explain why he attacks the humans.
The princess of the hills has been kind to us but now we are very much looking forward to our next stop, our 3rd and final hill station at Munnar. ...
... the spectacular views on the rocky ridges above the level of the plantations. We had also earned a tasty breakfast of mini bananas, toast, jam eggs and black tea, yum! The remainder of the say took us down the other side of the mountain through the spice plantations (we saw cardamom, pepper, cloves, ginger, pineapples, which incidentally grow in the ground!?). I'm NOT a fan of downhill walking (I get wobbly knees), and the ...
... best cup of tea of my life.
The next day was spent rolling through the hills to one of the top most points in the part of India and a view which is equally as rare. Elephant rides much at the behest of Jen and her animal exploitive ways (amazing, champion of animal rights and still gets her rocks off of riding the poor beasts into the ground, contradictions upon contradictions!!!). We ...
... shiny, sky free of any cloud .... all looks just captivating!
So what was wrong? ......... well, that's it! That is the problem: nothing else.
You can just go walking around (and it's nice!) but everything is all the same around you!
I was not alone out there! I left Kumily with a Finnish guy I met in the bus! Fortunately! We had planned to stay in Munnar for few days .... but once there, we decided to shorten our stay!
... became a nightmare. Stopping to readjust them every 20 minutes and not daring to get up any kind of speed meant that Mikey’s hands were covered in cuts from the wire and my muscles pulled from hanging on. We eventually reached the bottom of the mountain – Oodenchatrem 6 hours after we had left Goodwill. It was lucky we had been fed so well as we had no small change and could buy no food during that time. Seeing the sign for the last hairpin bend 14/14 and ...