Meadows Residency - Ooty
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... lendemain matin nous avons fait une rando aux alentours de la ville. Notre guide nous a amené dans des villages agricoles, dans une forêt d'eucalyptus, à travers les plantations de thé et à un point de vue. On s'est vraiment régalé. J'aurais bien aimé avoir le temps de noter tout ce qu'il nous a raconté mais je n'ai pas eu le temps et j’ai déjà presque tout oublié. Je me rappelle un peu de ce qu'il nous a dit à propos du thé. Les ...
... about an hour early, and it was already full of people waiting for the train along with what seemed to be a film crew shooting some kind of program or movie. We sat and relaxed in the sun for a while opposite the Gaylord hotel, which though it shouldn't be funny made me laugh, until the train arrived and the film crew hurried off the tracks. Our seats on the train were at the front of one of the carriages, facing backwards, and it was a bench with five ...
... them that you are there to see the Toda tribespeople who live just behind the garden. The American guy Jeff, whom I had met a couple of weeks back, told me that after he had been seen in the presence of Toda tribespeople a few times, they stopped charging him the entry feel Then later, Chandra, the German-speaking Indian engineer, verified this to me. Too bad I've already been there as many times as I want to.
My friend Art asked what kind ...
... his alternative of buying it directly from an importer in Taiwan. Still, it was an interesting and worthwhile exercise even though it turned out to not make economic sense.
Wednesday, 06 April, 2011
Even though it's just Thursday, 07 April as I write this, I have already forgotten what I did on this day - which means that I probably didn't do anything special. Just my usual reading in the morning; going into town for ...
... us. It had been hit by a car and suffered some bruising and spinal trauma but thankfully no broken bones, so it was given some pain relief and managed to trot stiffly away on its own.
Our route took us back through the reserve and home for tea. We had spent the best part of a day driving around to see two canine patients (and perform a few errands); not perhaps the best use of veterinary manpower, but for us an absorbing time as we peeked behind the scenes of rural India. ...