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... sit and watch the clouds being blown around, one minute you couldnt see anything then 5 minutes later views would just open up right in front of you and then be gone again. Indian people then asked if they could take our photo and although we agreed decided to take our leave before everyone started to take photos, as has been our previous experience! On the way back to Kodai the taxi stopped and we took a short walk along a stream (at this time of year) to ...
... pedal broke off, such a shame that Steff didn't have to pedal the last 1km! After that we walked around a huge park with beautiful flowers, trees and ponds. Exercise over we relaxed in a cafe and watched the clouds flowing over in and out of the mountain range. We were so impressed with the Indian takeaway we got it again and took it on the sleeper bus with us, it went absolutely everywhere but was delicious! With a full stomach we quickly fell fast asleep until we arrived in Fort ...
India is full of many nice, kind, giving people. In India
one of the things to do is to give, and that’s what they do. They give their
time, talents, and resources. They give because they want to or they think they
have to, either way it’s giving. Now on to their families, most families are
... kilo (£89.00).
However the overall region was more known for its black tea. He told us that only 100 or so years before tea had not even existed in Munnar, what we could see for miles had actually only been recently cultivated by the 26 or so factories that operated in the area.
We stopped adjacent to one of the factories and managed to pull over and meet a lady who was busy picking tea – though none of ...
... the nearest place and had a fairly average meal. A quick inspection revealed that there was no beer to be had here! The next day we hired a rickshaw to take us to some beautiful places popular with tourists including Echo Point, a place where unsurprisingly you can hear yourself echoed if you shout across the lake! We also went to Top Point, which is about 2250 metres above sea level and one of the highest places in the region. It ...
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