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... and very skilled work.
I should also mention that on our first night here we came out of the indian coffee house and could immediately sense what was about to come next.....Rain! We haven't seen rain in nearly 3 months and managed to make it home before the heavens really opened so we only got mildly damp-but it felt lovely, refreshing :)
So tomorrow morning bright and early we are headed to the airport to catch our flight to Mumbai to await our flight out of India. :( ...
... got one of the old Ambassador (Morris Cowley's) to take us to Kovalam. We went to the first decent hotel and took a look at the room. I could develop aggrophobia in there and so checked in. Finally we were off that train.
The first thing we did was throw our clothes into a plastic bag and threw them in the bin outside.
It's taken a while to write about that train trip and this is only about the half of it. ...
... elephants and thousands and thousands of people. We are to be part of the Ashram procession and given beautiful silver umbrellas which look like chandeliers! They prove to be invaluable as for the next 4 hours intermittently there is torrential rain!!! As the procession takes off we are following a beautiful elephant and have the most amazing drumming band behind us - a total carnival atmosphere. We walk all through the local town and towards the dam where there is food and drink ...
... reading the book 'The Life of Pi' where the story actually mentions the Mysore Zoo and then the city of Pondicherry where we will pass through and stay later on in the journey.
From Mysore we then travelled through the Western Ghats and a winding road south to the Hill Station of Wayanad. Wayanad encompasses part of a remote forest reserve where wild elephants, tigers and langur monkeys inhabit and roam. ...
... of coconut plantations and tributaries!
The TVM domestic airport looked bigger than anticipated and I must mention neater too. The eateries in the airport are rationally priced unlike other metro airports.
Expect heavily priced transport when you land here- to and fro airport by whatever means – "Auto/Cabs" etc.