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... Charles fixes mixed drinks In his room and invites every everyone over for a happy hour before dinner which is a buffet served in the hotel. So far the Southern Indian food is setting well on my stomach which is a relief.
Wednesday we spend the morning hiking through a tea plantation. It is unbelievably beautiful. The tea trees are planted in long rows that form a geometric pattern on the hillsides. A tea tree can live for 450 years ...
... and fifty but rather two-seven-five-zero; neat and avoids confusion! ...we were happy to report that after IndoCola and Kolkata Fried Chicken, another bastion of American capitalism has been captured and replanted in India - ladies and gentlemen I give you: the Wellmart! ...we realized that Indians strictly use right hand only for eating in formal settings; the left one is considered impure; why? It's not what you think, ...
26th January is Republic Day in India. This is when the constitution Of India was at last adopted and put into effect. It is 1 of only 3 national holidays in India and it is generally celebrated by parades taking place throughout the streets. This we suppose is the reason why our booked mini bus did not arrive to collect us until 10.30 am instead of the agreed 9.30 am pick up time. The parade in Kodai appeared to be all the local school children parading through the streets in ...
... a day trip, so we had to pop back to his house to grab a few things for overnight. We got on our way, and stopped for breakfast and had yum masala dosas. We can't tell you enough how fun it is to be vegetarian in India. There's so many 'pure veg' restaurants. We also stopped off at few elephant parks. Felt very morally unsure about these, our driver was quite insistent we go for a ride, so we did. Elephants are sacred in India and they ...
... relative clumsy touristy ease. After a 5 minute walk we found a viewpoint which served us easily the two worst teas of the trip, but the views were absolutely breathtaking my dears! So we stayed there sipping our watery cups of poo tea and taking in the giant mountains shrouded in mist and general hugeness of it all. We continued walking only stopping for a tree filled with monkeys and the odd pretty bird and wound our up the hills with beautiful views into the forest. All the time ...