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It wasn't the best start for Munnar. Firstly, our 6 hour bus/train journey became a 10 hour journey due to being delayed because a drunk man got on the bus and started shouting various communist remarks that started a bit of a fight with every other bloke on the bus. This meant we had to wait ages for the police to arrive, who then arrested about half of the bus. As well as this, our bags got soaking wet on the bus from the heavy downpour of rain from outside. Once we ...
... Eventually one of them will take pity and, ignoring the Indian customer he is in the middle of serving, beckon you over.
3. Have the wrong packaging.
This essential step requires the postman to explain, using an example model, that a parcel needs to be packaged in stitched linen. No, of course they don't provide that service in the post office. Do they look like they specialise in tailoring? Idiot.
4. Get vague directions.
You obviously need to know ...
... tour de India" adventure, we suggested we went home after this day of cycling instead of attempting the 90km stretch he had planned for us on day 4. Most of all, we were ready to relieve our bums of the small surface area they had been subjected to for 2 full days. We retraced our cycle trails from the previous day, but this morning ordered a Jeep via the hotel to take us to Hill Station so that the ride for the day was an undulating 40km into Munnar town. Today ...
... the name.
This morning we had decided to walk up to the old Woodhouse Mansion in Puthuthottam Estate.
Came across some dilapidated old wooden warehouses on the way.
... can get the writing done I can't add any pics until I have a PC. So if anyone is actually reading this then do check back to earlier posts for pics if there are none at the time of reading. I will add some to each post when I get time. In the morning we visited a tea museum where we were shown a video about the history of the early tea pioneers, how they came to the high ranges and started planting. Everything had to be lugged up to the altitude by man power. ...