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... beautiful shawls and then met my sister at a jewelers shop. The shop has been doing business with our family for decades and knew my dad's parents. Hansi and Venki met us and then we left for Model Town. Model town is where both my mamas (mom's brothers) live. First we saw my moms older brother for tea and then her hunger brothers house. Had a wonderful home cooked meal and some drinks and then headed back to the hotel. Great day. Day 6 I don't know what to say about this ...
... women, with colourful head wraps, broad toothless smiles and cracked hard working hands going about their day picking coffee and tea and spices with accuracy and experience. Seeing these local woman at work really underlined the typical tea picking experience that we had come to see and Munnar had not failed to deliver in the sense that we saw some of these famous tea hills at their best. Whilst the weather was not quite as hot and sunny as we had expected, with morning ...
Today I am heading to Jew Town, could you imagine calling a place that in Australia you would be hung up to dry. The home stay provides another Indian breakfast - today it is chick curry with chapati and fresh paw paw. I head off towards the post office before heading to Jew Town. I am asked into a store on the way which I have been asked into multiple times since I arrived. For some reason I agreed to have a look. Made it clear I was broke and heading home in ...
... begging and trying to survive. In all honesty, it's a wonder, and probably some sort of a miracle that they do survive!! I've never been to a place and thought so much about the government and what it is exactly that they are doing with all the money that is being made here!! Anyway, moving on.... We left Mumbai on an overnight sleeper bus to head to Goa. This was scheduled to take 14hrs but in fact took 16hrs. And unfortunately was a horrendous experience. The coaches are laid ...
... again while writing this. India was a total blast but I am ready for some proper hiking exercise. Flight to Kathmandu is just up. Dhanjawat India, I know I'll be back. Hugs and kisses from Shaun and Sas Btw soundtrack for the Indian roads was: Ilahi. http://youtu.be/fdubeMFwuGs Great song on long bus and train rides. Watched women in Saris. Smiling an waving kids, whallas (sellers), barbers shaving on the streets monks and nuns and oh so many more things pass by the window. With a chai in my ...