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... to maintain the similar functionality. During the serious condition, you may need to replace the apparatus with a new one accumulating the advanced procedures.
Finally, you are able to handle the complete water heater leaking from bottom that damages your entire bathroom. You need to stop the leakage saving your bathroom from getting flooded with hot water. Enjoy a comfortable bath without the worry of the leakage from the water ...
The ride to Coonoor takes us through winding paths, hair pin bends, lush green valleys, and scores of tea farms on either sides. We came to a nice spot, where we got off our vehicle and walked through the end less tea farms around us. This is one of the most important experiences of being in Ooty, to feel part of the enormous tea farms covering the valleys all around ...
... daydream about spotting Tigers in the wild as we pass rice paddies and palm trees in the late afternoon sun.
Upon arrival at Ambrapalayam near Anamalai and Top-Slip, we find that our hotel looks like a Hawaiian resort with beautiful, landscaped grounds and incredible rainforest views from our room. But something isn’t quite right. ...
... we played some table tennis, then I decided we should move on and get a taste of Coonoor, another hill station, before descending to the jungle. Rather than brave another bus I booked a taxi, which did seem like an indulgence in Indian terms (our bus journey from Ooty to Kotagiri had been only 15 rupees for all of us), though in English money was only a tenner. It was a smooth comfy drive and took us right to the doors of our intended new home, the ...
... make this journey?" our fellow travellers cry "No waiting around for hours" we do reply. It is also the cheapest way - the entire journey (300km) cost about 1pound each!
The first bus is 5hours and we pass through green, wide open spaces, wildly contrasting with tumble town villages. Houses barely standing, huge holes and rubble everywhere, yet life goes on within and around it. People crammed together in dirty, dark spaces passing for ...