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... ladies we met in our hotel. I make no exaggeration when I say it was one of the worst things we have ever sat through. We sat in a tiny room while a young Indian boy hammered two cymbals together and a woman in elaborate make up made different facial expressions. We walked out after 15 minutes having permanently damaged our hearing. On the bright side at least Dave will now fail the hearing test when they want people to work ...
I wake to a clear day to commence my trek through the tea plantation. Raju and I leave at 630am as planned for a 6k walk through the tea plantation. The sky is clear, the sun is coming up and there is actually a sunrise. No pollution here. We head downwards for about 2k then wind our way back up through the plantation back to the guesthouse. We stop for a chai on the way back, neither of us have any money but Raju knows the guy - we will pay him tomorrow. Back onto the ...
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... but their sheer carelessness made it impossible to call them good.
As promised, the ride was rough at times. The air, however, was noticeably fresher and cooler. As the forest parted, we passed a wide waterfall cascading down a rock face. Then it was on to the tea plantations, where low leafy shrubs covered rolling emerald hills.
We met Mr. George in his electronics and home appliances shop in Munnar. We chatted over ...
... girls in tow we drove to an Avurydic massage parlor where Armin and all the women had a massages. You will have to read Dianne's blog about their oily head to toe massages. Matthew, Rob and I walked into town, checked out the people, taxis, political slogans, mosque, market and flower stalls.
The communist party of ...