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... The contrasts abounded everywhere, but perhaps none were as stark as in Karaikudi where the soulful, sophisticated charm of Chettinad mansions were surrounded by the bustle and press of a town inflamed by their annual festival of light day. We’ve both had our fortune told; Debby through palm leaves and me during a three hour plus detailed Vedic Astrology session which was, to say the least, eye opening. India is just so full of diversity. It feels like a United Nations ...
... and couldn’t see anything but white around us. One day it even rained hard and we quickly zipped ourselves into our seriously underused water proofs, excited by what it felt like to see, feel and smell the rain again; something that rarely crossed our mind while living in Streatham.
So we waited for the weather to improve to rent a taxi for half a day to take us to the sights around Kodaikanal. We waited and we waited and on our last day we finally went, accepting that ...
... went out on to it to get a photo and got some serious vertigo. After the picture was taken we couldn't get off that rock quick enough. After our 5 hour trek we were exhausted and sat and had lunch in a local shack/restaurant. we wandered down to the Sunday Market where all the locals get there veg for the week, there was some aggressive haggling going on and it was nice to see an Indian market stripped down to what it should be. After eating curry nearly non-stop for 8 weeks we ...
... pepper and clove plants and cashew nut trees. What took our socks off though was when we saw coffee and cacao trees! (Hands up who knew that coffee grows on trees...) I felt like that kid at the zoo seeing a tiger for the first time.
Kudos to Kim for finding this place.
* That's not exactly correct, we had seen tea plants in Vietnam, but they were already cut, so we hadn't seen tea plants fully ripened with their green ...
... camp where orphaned elephants are brought to be trained to work. I find out there is a baby elephant back at camp just 8 months old and we headed up there to see it – I thought this is it finally I might get to touch a baby elephant – but no – not any offer of any backhander cash was gonna let me get to touch it they were having none of it – aparently the inspector was there watching and if he hadnt been there then I would have been allowed, ...