Hotel Preethi Classic Towers
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... heading on elsewhere. The bus ride up the mountain reminded me of travelling the BR-101 with a douchebag on the way from Sao Paulo, however this time I was sat next to a rucksack and taking pictures of monkeys in the mist out of the windows. I think I was the only person in the bus getting happier as the temperature dropped. Ooty is high up and pretty damn cold at night. I took a wonder and headed to a recommendation for a hostel with a lake ...
... bungalow set on a hillside above town and there, settled with a G&T things started to feel a bit better. We got chatting to a friendly guy called David who we spent most of our evening with sat around a blazing fire pit in The gardens while watching, bewildered, at a small crowd of Indians playing a lively game of Bingo. It turned out to be a fun night (Thanks Dave), but we were still happy at the thought of getting out of there the next ...
... sandwiches in my room to eat for dinner on the train tonight. (How's that for planning?) After buying my bread, I went to Domino's and got a pizza to take away - to eat for lunch in my room.
The owner of my guest house very kindly allowed me a late check out - at 16:00. - which greatly facilitated and even determined the rest of my plans. With a check-out this late, I would be able to take a taxi down the mountain to the train station at ...
... money they were seeking to extort from him.
After lunch I decided to walk over to the market to buy some fruits, when I found an older Indian woman smiling at me as she walked down the street. At first I thought that I knew her from somewhere (she resembled an Indian woman I had gotten into a conversation with at a bank in Chennai last week) but it turns out that she was smiling at me because she said she thought I looked so happy. ...
... child there on July 27, 1900. Hyderabad in July is, of course, hotter and wetter than any Englishwoman would choose to have her first child. As soon as they could travel, baby Dorothy and her mother and an aiyah got on the train to Ooty to stay with Sydney again.
Neither Dorothy nor my mother (born in 1902) ever got to visit Ooty on their own, after my grandparents both died in 1918 -- my grandfather from injuries suffered in WWI, and my ...