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We got up at 4.30 am for our trip to Ooty. We started out with about an hours drive to get to the train station. It was very interesting driving through the streets before dawn. There were many people, including children, sleeping on the streets. By the time we drove past them at around 5.30am they were starting to stir, and markets were open for business. I saw one lucky man fast asleep on a bed frame set up beside his roadside stall - people were walking all around him but ...
... 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 ...
... is a very limited number of good restaurants in Ooty - at least from a foreigner's perspective, taking into account hygiene.
Monday, 04 April, 2011
Aside from my usual activities, today I changed my return train ticket to 3 days earlier. (I've already watched all of my Beverly Hillbillies videos - and I'm down to my last couple of documentaries.) All I have left are my books - which, actually, could last me for the rest of ...
... a couple of days sightseeing in Mysore, a city with a rich royal history in South India. We saw many of the major sights – including the opulent Maharaja’s palace .
Mysore struck me as being more characteristic of stereotypical India than other places we have been to so far: Cows all over the place, including cows calmly walking straight through the middle of intersections of ...
The Parsons Valley Post Office
and the Forest Rest House
Signboards displaying information about the Parsons Valley Dam ...