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... s canoe and a motorboat through the backwaters. We shopped, we ate the local cuisine and we learned how to wrap a saree. On a driving tour we witnessed the religious diversity of Kerala: mosques, temples and churches abound. On a multi-day driving tour around Munnar, we learned about tea and about the local flora and fauna. We even managed a hike to 6,500ft -- evidence that we had finally acclimatized to the heat.
... and fifty but rather two-seven-five-zero; neat and avoids confusion! ...we were happy to report that after IndoCola and Kolkata Fried Chicken, another bastion of American capitalism has been captured and replanted in India - ladies and gentlemen I give you: the Wellmart! ...we realized that Indians strictly use right hand only for eating in formal settings; the left one is considered impure; why? It's not what you think, ...
... well looked after. Anyway, still unsure about this, but we hopped on an elephant and it was pretty cray. I know it's stupid to say elephants are big, cos yeah, but they are. So huge. We eventually made it to Munnar through winding roads and insane driving. (So far we have hit 2 cars and 1 motorcycle in the Indian traffic). They have all these helpful road signs like 'ants can stay in one lane, so why can't we as humans?' They can't ...
... home-cooked vegetable korma with rice and chapati soon followed.
With only the sweet sounds of nature in our ears overnight, no earplugs were needed. Breakfast was comprised of idli and sambhar with coconut chutney alongside toast and jam and of course, the local tea.
Sandhosh took us on a quick tour of the incredible on-site garden. We were amazed by the variety of fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices, ...
... in the clouds.
On our last day in Munnar we spent some time with the family taking photos of the beautiful house and garden and then Santhosh took us on a much anticipated tour of his spice plantation, showing us all the plants/ trees and asking us to guess what each spice/ fruit was. I managed to get a few, Marios was clueless and Santhosh looked bemused at our curiosity and
cluelessness. There was an astonishing variety of nutmeg, cashew, ...