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... with all the pushing the bikes up
the hills it was getting late and I had noticed no other fool was
stupid enough to bring a push bike on this loop and I began to worry
we would not make it back to the town before dark. We pushed on, at
some points literally, and came to Guna Cave. To get to Guna Cave
involved a 10 min walk through a woods. We quickly realized there
were a lot of monkeys in the woods and I only had my selfie stick on
me but we had no food so ...
... 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 ...
... which is probably the best location, as the name suggests, it is a forest of pine trees inhabited by a large group of monkeys, who seemed to have gone used to being fed by the tourists and at times grab food from the tourists at the opportune moment. We were able to click some good pictures here. Apparently this setting has been used for the shooting of multiple movies in the past.
The next stop was “Moyer’s Point” which has a road from there to Munnar ...
... tea stands here. Nowhere can one buy a keychain of this trek. This is 100% experience, something which nothing can substitute for.
The feelings that overcame me at this time were those of authenticity. It’s really hard to explain the emotion of overcoming illusion, of feeling one has escaped a world that is made for appearance and arrived in one that is primarily concerned with function. There’s no image here, no ideal presentation which needs to be upheld ...
... to this, and what were the real reasons we’d come to such a strange and exotic country? Vestige viewpoints are great, but certainly they are an added benefit, not the bulk of this Indian adventure. How the vibe will change once we’ve begun classes and settled into a truly Indian system, severed from our godfather Sunny and immersed in a part of India that isn’t quite so utopian, is something we’ll each have to find out for ourselves. More than ...