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... and it was everywhere. I asked for a pounds worth to try and ended up with half a kilo of the stuff! Unfortunately just because it was homemade didn't mean it tasted any good which I realised after the first couple of bites. There were also lots of oils, spices and soaps, I bought a few other bits before we headed back to the room to dry off. That evening we looked around a few more shops and stalls, had some dinner then ...
... the lake which feeds the dam.
After the tour we had a traditional Kerelan lunch of curry and rice on a banana leaf and then went back to the homestay and sampled two bottles of the homemade wine, i don't know what was in it but we were sightly wonky by the end.
In the evening the Tuk Tuk driver picked us up and took us to a Keralan Martial arts show, it was good to watch but Jackie Chan would ...
... to the little town I stayed in was stunningly beautiful. We climbed about 2500ft with views down into sheer green valleys covered with pine and gum trees.My accommodation was exceptionally cheap but ...
... The first section of our journey was very fast, in fact our driver was a bit like Speedy Gonzalez.
This was helped as there was practically no traffic due to the transport strikes, which had been taking place throughout the day. Even all of thelocal shops had closed for the day.
As we entered the jungle we came to a halt in the pouring rain and waited at our first road block. Luckily we had arrived just ...
... you not, his real name!), a keen stamp and coin collector, he managed to relieve me of 70 australian cents, then John the schoolteacher, then one fella who couldn't really talk english but smiled and head waggled at me whenever I looked over.
Haha that probably sounds a bit mean, its good to talk to people actually but just was not feelin the love, not much chance for peace and quiet ...