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... place and the animals. Of course you could argue that their ancestors should never have been captured in the first place, and you'd be correct, but the simple fact is that they were captured and in this case the zoo was originally somewhere for a ruler in the 1800's to keep his royal menagerie. Not cool. But that's what happened and I'd read that Trivandrum ...
... which melts in your mouth like candyfloss and is composed of hundreds of strands of crystalline tastiness! Yum yum.
We took the Delhi metro to get there, and boy oh boy was that thing packed. It’s weird, when the underground in London gets rammed its rammed, but in the main people are quite polite with the extreme claustrophobia, here it is (of course) a whole different ball game. Elbows stick on your ribs, people tread on your toes, will try and push and shove ...
... and then see if we can shower somewhere as we expect to again experience another 12 hour sauna. Our trip to Thiruvananthapuram was generally quite fast. We stopped for lunch at 1:30pm as "that's when Keralan people have lunch", our driver indicated. Lunch was in a roadside family eating house where banana leaves are your plates and the waiters come around and serve you "set" Keralan food. Served to us was a series of vegetables, rice ...
... starting at 6:30am, costing 1,200 rupees each, including breakfast and lunch and the guide - a good excuse to test out the walking boots and a great way to see Munnar. After the rumble the night before I popped some immodiums and we were on our way. We walked through the tea plantations, saw the women tea leaf picking, had breakfast on top of a mountain, saw various spice plantations (cardamon, ginger, pepper, chillis and turmeric). The trek was apparently ...
... and Hindi. So the procedure was, fasten all the belts, couple it with the glide, then start running like there's a wild ox chasing you, and in no time the fabric glide would lift you up. Then suddenly there was a scream, a guy hadn't run fast enough and he had crashed on the edge. So the guide made us tell that again. Now we had to shout it thrice. Then after Mohit, I fastened my belts. I wanted to record this as a first person video. But the guide told ...