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... the air. Tah dah. Thank you Wikipedia!] It reminds me of 1/4 of the moto drivers/passengers wear some kind of covering over their mouth to protect the air they breathe. Police officers who direct traffic at intersections wear masks. Blech. Makes me wonder if I should do the same.
On the way back to the Retreat, we stop beside some tea pickers who happily smile and laugh with me about taking a picture of them chopping tea (it's fun to watch as they chop with scissor like ...
... We really enjoyed our time in Ooty and could easily spend more time here, although we would look to buy a big fluffy warm duvet if that were the case! Ooty is known as the queen of hill stations and Kodaikanal, our next stop, is said to be the princess of hill stations; IE similar but smaller and with less people. So with this in mind we booked a bus for 9.30 am tomorrow morning excited to see the princess and relieved that we didn't get eaten by the man eating tiger of Ooty! ...
... Eucalyptus and pine trees stretch upwards from this centre, lining the hills, looking down upon this little area of commotion and noise. This is what people come for here, at least the tourists, not really to see the town but to see the outer laying areas of the town and so we ventured onto a hike the next day, 8 of us crammed into a jeep which took us ten kilometres away to commence what was supposed to be a 18 kilometre hike with our guide Anthony. The ...
... sunken garden")? Dinner was at Kebab corner, which sounds like a place to eat after a night out but was actually really delicious. We'd moved guest house that day and went home for some warm horlicks and chocolate (Ooty specialises in home made chocolates, something we made the most of over our stay!). All in all a pretty mental day. Ha!
After breakfast the next day, we were picked up to be driven to the start of a trek we had ...
... 5 or 6 rupees per kilo - but TEN rupees - or nearly double the usual rate. I told her there was no way that I was going to pay double and I walked off in a huff - until I realized that she did have the best tomatoes in the market and that even at double the usual price they were still ridiculously cheap. So I went back with hat in hand and picked out a kilo of her best tomatoes. I could swear that I saw her head holding up one side of the scale while ...