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... colonial rulers departed. They laid out a still attractive and recognisable French quarter, but more recently people here have had the splendid idea of closing the most important road in the town, the waterfront boulevard, to motorised traffic from 6pm until 7am. We immersed ourselves in the strolling hubbub of promenading families one evening, such a delight. As we have moved around the state we’ve seen people working at open fires roasting cashew nuts and making ...
... toasty warm) for 20 p:) Unfortunately Coakers walk was cloaked in mist so the magnificent views 2000 m below were not really visible.
We then took a stroll around the lake, a short 5 km circuit. The views were like those of an English lakeside but we were tempted to hire one of the pedalos and row to the middle of the lake to get some sort of peace from the car horns and people! We didn't do this though as for some reason Ollie didn't want to pedal ...
... point we were about 50 yards from the mother and her teensy calf, who was walking under her and between her legs, mimicing his mama at pulling at the branches. No tigers, but the elephants were spectacular, and the guide told us how lucky we were to see them. That outing was one of the best parts of the trip for me. A visit to a spice plantation and the promise of tea served at our bungalow, overlooking the misty hills while exotic birds fluttered in ...
... Indias when we said we weren’t married and I was 34 was total confusion – just cause I am 34 does not mean I am not wanted hahahahaha – they cant believe I am this old and not married !!!!!!! So after the guy telling Marc he was very handsome and then saying the same thing to me they took a million pictures of us with their children, grannies and god knows who else we finally get into the tea museum.
We learned about tea then visited a few ...
... the cycle of poverty within poor and tribal families is a fantastic ethos. He explained that they have close relations with local businesses and provide practical courses in electronics and tailoring for those who don’t pass the examinations required to continue education beyond the 10th Standard.
Perumel said he would come and eat with us again for our last night, and this time he brought Mugi. Mugi and Perumel had driven Sarah and I to Trivandrum after our visit ...