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... book well in advance or spend half your life queuing for in the morning. Apart from that it really can't offer you anything different. The tea plantations are browner and less stunning than Munnar, and the views are eclipsed by Kodai and Vattakanal where, as my new friend said, beautiful is an inadequate word. Don't get me wrong, it's nice here, but it's just that. It's nice.
I did go on a guided walk though which was organised through the YWCA ...
... rice. 1ftx1ftx1ft. Same with two beans. and then they got a coconut and sugarcane stalk at the end. And if one elephant does not want to eat it's food, then the others don't either. Once that saliva is on it, there is NO WAY the other ones will partake. It goes out to a bucket, which then the wild boars ravage (as the Indian circle of reuse is once again illustrated). I hadn't seen an elephant close before. I think the last time must have been in a zoo somewhere when I was in ...
... and desire to sleep. We will see what tomorrow brings for them – they’ve gotta go as we are on our way to Chennai.
There are strikes around here. Today, the tuk tuks were on strike which made for an easier travel day. Tomorrow we don’t know. We are in Tamil Nadu and the strikes are about the way Sri Lanka is treating the Tamils there. We are off at 09:30 just in case.
So tomorrow is a travelling day ending in Chennai. ...
... as spectacular as they might have been, still we loved the mountain views from top of the peaks.
On the way from Ooty to Fort Cochin, we descended all the 7000 ft in the span of two hours on a bus via the craziest narrow hair pin turns road we have ever been on, while the multitudes of monkeys sat on the side of the road seemed utterly fascinated by the traffic.
... and daughter combo. We had the most lovely journey. When people were getting on and off, everyone helped out, hauling luggage, children and everything else on board, squeezing them (that's luggage and children) into any spaces found, one of the older men gave us the window seat and the army family were handing around all their food to everyone, very insistent that we should take it. At one point, Kathy lifted her legs up onto the seat and there was a ...