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... the rain came down again with a vengeance so we had to resort to getting a rickshaw back. We put another film on in the evening....I could get used to having a TV with HBO and star movie channels in our room.
In the morning we met up with the Danish pair wearing the least flattering ponchos ever and got into a minivan. The tour was a bit disappointing overall, I'd done something similar in Malaysia and it wasn't as good. First stop was tea plantations where we weren't ...
... you to see the eye balls and the eye have been made irritated so you can see them. The eyeball just goes back and forward,up and down, it is amazing but so funny. Same with eyebrows and then neck is thrown in. Is very amusing but I am sure they find it very serious. Then we get a one act show with both dancers, again it is all about facial gestures and hand movements. When the show is finished you can get your photo taken with the dancers, while I am in the queue I ...
There are several other small messes around, we did not try them as the food at Plaza was more than satisfactory.
Sabari Veg Mess is the only place we saw that serves only vegetarian food for those who are particular about eating veg only in a veg restaurant.
There is a strong tea shop and bakery culture here as in ...
... doesn't help these things either so I sent some messages to some friends back home and had an early night.
Felt much better the next day, and found aome touristy stuff to do and to perhaps meet some people. Firstly I went on government tourism bus through the spice valley (8 people, rs350 ea) that took the whole day and was quite interesting. (See pics for details)
Next day was an early start to go off up the mountain through the ...
... processing machinery cutting, fermenting and drying the leaves into dust.
We had lunch at a hotel in town, then walked along the road through the tea estates. The care with which the trees were pruned and picked resembled vineyards we'd visited. It was the first time either of us had walked through growing tea leaves. We stopped at a tea factory where we witnessed a funeral procession on foot except for the lead truck carrying ...