Hotel SV International
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... ever so you might as well chop that ****er down once it's borne fruit. So to grow a tree you need a tree and no, I have no idea where they came from in the first place. He told me that if you wipe out all the wheat plants, or rice plants, you can still grow more from the seeds. But if you wipe out all banana plants, that's it. No more bananas. I can't quite make it ...
... with an MBA, while they helped us understand the local etiquette involved in attending the pooja and which direction to follow when moving around the temple. Personal interactions like these, which I love, always seem so readily available here as people are so very friendly. Given the scale of India which is just so vast and varied I’ve come to feel it is only at the personal level one can relate.
For instance how can one come to terms with a country which I ...
... a terrific experience, and after several pictures with Indian tourists it was time to continue on our journey. When we finally reached Munnar, we found our accommodations to be far beyond expectations. We’re staying in a guesthouse which once belonged to the local Raj of the area, later converted into a homestay for tourists by the Indian government. Our stay here was authorized an arranged by Lalu (Laru? I’m not sure), the director of Tourism for all of Kerala. ...
... this route before. The route via Munnar was the extreme of all the experience we had along this whole ride. Twists & turns, hairpins,off-road. What else, everything. We kept in our mind that this is going to be the best of the experiences we are gonna have, so we dint want to slow down our bikes in the turns even though we dint know how severe the turn was. We kept an average speed of ...
... to stay incredibly cool and called our travel agent who smoothed things over. Taxi man was not impressed and went off to sulk.
With this sorted, we arranged our activities for the weekend, starting with hiring a rickshaw to take us to some of the local sights. The conversation went a bit like this:
Rickshaw man: I take you museum, honey bees, view point, lake then top station (highest tea plantation)
Us: we ...