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... quite different to our initial expectations. The cooler temperature was a welcome relief and the nature was spectacular. Whether it was bad luck or just the wrong season, we felt a bit limited by the cloudy weather and 3 nights would have probably been sufficient to see what there was to see. Villa Retreat was a bit over our budget, but it is the best place to stay in Kodaikanal and certainly helped us recreate that ‘hill station’ experience we ached for after months of blistering ...
... bus breaking down a couple of times on route! Shane got no sleep! We arrived at Palani (a huge bus station) at three in the morning and had to wait until 5am for our connecting bus. The pay to use toilets were vile (just like several other pay to use toilets on our trip) and yet several girls were trying to bathe from a stand in pool of stagnant water. About a hundred homeless people used the station floor as their bed, many of them ...
... families. They have large/ extended families. Also the
families usually all live together. Most families live in urban, smaller
houses. The economy in Theni is doing better, and is pretty good at the moment.
Things good go bad, but also shoot up and get really good. Most people are
Morning was refreshed by Kerala oil massage in Thekkady a short auto ride. A MUST DO for all travelers to Kerala. Feeling completely refreshed, we headed towards a demonstration of Kalaripayattu. Its one of the oldest fighting systems in existence. Its an awesome nail biting demonstration and a must see when in Kerala apart from Kathakali show. The best is a duel with sword and piece of cloth, where the warrior with the cloth out maneuvers the warrior with the sword. A very agile ...
... not to move as she went to town to get the odd food item or something to drink. To say I was thankful would have been an understatement.
Finally we rolled out of Munnar bright and early on the bus as Jen’s diva status was brought down a few levels with no intervention on my behalf at all, self regulating it seems. The bus ride was an early one and yes, it was windowless. The adventures to be ...