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... out over the edge and wishing we were there! David's philosophy was that at least the boulders had fallen already - mine was, if so many had fallen then there must be heaps more ready to fall.
We eventually reached the top of the mountain and crossed a border from Tamil Nadu into Kerala. The change of road and vegetation was immediate and amazing. The roads were sealed and in ...
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... starting to underhand how densely populated the sub continent is; for two hours we drove through cities and towns, indistinguishably connected to each other. The bus grew steadily more busy as we picked up shoppers and workers from the big towns and school kids along the way, until they were all practically sitting on our laps! Our seats became harder and more bum numbingly uncomfortable by the minute and our nostrils assaulted by the huge variety of scents that ...
... to Janet and John. It's a cracking story and Sudah talks of opening an orphanage one day. Maybe John should have made us humble pie rather than pineapple crumble!
We met a fascinating English couple who were also staying and had a lovely time here for 3 nights. We took 3 photos, all of the family, it's that kind of place...you can't record emotion in pixels. Thanks to them for a wonderful experience...that's exactly what travelling is about.
Next stop Munnar...
... or what (he worked for over a decade at a fancy hotel in Dubai). Drove from Fort Kochin to Munnar in our own private car and driver AJ– awesome! 1st stop elephant bathing, watched for a brief period of time and then headed out for more adventures. Spice demonstration garden….English speaking guide showed us how all sorts of spices are ...