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... Australia by the British. Eucalypus are thirsty little buggers, they suck all the water from the ground and **** all else can grow there, so where you see eucalyptus, you see a lot of eucalyptus. I walked through a lot of pine trees on the way here an' all and apparently they're not particularly good at sharing either. Also introduced by the British. Yep. Aaaand you ...
... out is a journey with no destination. Countries may be defined as developing a consumer economy, or already having developed a consumer economy, however, each has the same relentless challenge.
In this context, India is busily trying to grapple with the enormous challenges of building a consumer society for 1.2 billion people. And if they succeed in this mammoth task they will then find awaiting them the even greater conundrum which now confronts all western countries ...
... in 1865, consists of numerous buildings and now houses an archaeological and heritage museum. I enjoyed the terraced gardens, which included a deer park, while Matthew liked browsing the weapons gallery.
After another hour of playing chicken with on coming traffic we started going up into the mountains. The scenery just kept getting better and better. We ...
... As planned earlier, we headed to Cumbam. Cumbam-Theni route was a smooth ride, but with couple of halts in between as the new by-pass road wasn’t fully constructed. Apart from that, the ride to Theni was a pleasant one & moreover we could take our rides to greater speeds. By asking the directions at correct junctions we headed towards outer munnar without any confusion as none of us had ...
... As the process was so manual the owners people became the most important asset and as such the company were keen to look after them.
To do this they needed to support their increasing numbers and started by giving land to merchants who set up in Munnar and sold key products to local workers. They also opened up a dairy farm and a rice factory to help provide a sustainable source of food for them.