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... thing and Keralan parotta which is woven by angels, and some curry to spoon over the top. You can't accuse them of trying to starve us. I ******* loved it. We were given watermelon an' all, but with black pepper on it. I **** you not. Only in India would they even consider putting black pepper on watermelon. No one back home would slice a watermelon, take a bite then announce, "You know what this ...
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Possible as a day trip. The road from the Sholayar dam crosses the border at Malakka Parai estate and goes on to Chalakudy. Athirapalli and Vazhachal both fall on this route. Public and private buses ply from Valparai but ...
... was buying the locally made chocolate. The rickshaw driver was extremely friendly and allowed us to stop whenever we wanted for photos, we therefore decided to book him for a half days sightseeing the following day.
We were up early for a day of sightseeing and visited the following places:-
Numerous view points and tea plantations- the scenery really was stunning.
Large lake/dam- again the scenery was beautiful and the lake was ...
... Adimaldi. We stopped for long enough to take photos and watch a couple of Indian tourists try to make friends with a troop of monkeys, without success. Lynds was horribly car sick at this point in the trip, so missed some of the beautiful scenery.
Shaji turned to us and mentioned that the general strike, that had been speculated upon in Kochi, was definitely now happening - and, worse, would now be a 2-day strike, covering Monday and Tuesday. As it transpired, ...
... Tulip tree. Look carefully and you can see the Angels Trumpets in the marsh below.
I love the circular pattern of these tea bushes. They are actually mature trees, not bushes at all but with constant pruning they ...