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... and when India made it law that all overseas companies had to "Indianise" to a minimum of 60%, the company was sold to Tata who are like an Indian Nestle in that they own ******* everything. Tata, to me, are the bus people. They make the buses favoured by the Rajasthani government so it always surprises me when I learn what else they do that doesn't involve building some manner of vehicle.
... sequentially and in small increments to home in on the hidden staircase leading to the near mythic tailor-tailor-tailor.
9. Hand over the linen.
An older man will nod knowingly at the linen and gesture at you from his small stall. You must now hand the linen to him whereupon he will efficiently wrap the parcel, drawing neat lines in particular places. His wife will look on and approve. When done the tailor-tailor-tailor will walk away with your linen to a ...
... light curry), we realised that yet again, we would be on the hunt for a hostel room for the night in a town that seamed to be full to bursting point! Disgruntled private sector workers in and around Munnar have been threatening to strike over a local government decision to increase taxes on their sector. This means that lots of people don't know if they will be able to leave Munnar today and are hanging onto their rooms, causing skyrocketing room rates and ...
... our whole trip, with tea covered hillsides complete with tea pickers, and mountains looming in the background. As we drove further up the hillside, our views began to become obscured by cloud, and as we began our walk from the car parking spot, we began to think we might not see anything of the Top Station view at all. Walking down the steps towards the viewing platform, it was easy to see just how incredible the view would have been had it not been for the cloud shrouding ...
... Greens 2-1!
We ate some great and amazingly cheap street food during our stay in Munnar but did indulge in one meal at a nice restaurant. Great food here too but terrible service and a couple of times the power went off (as it tended to in Munnar) and we were tempted to do a runner in the darkness! Fear of a night in the cells put us off though and instead we settled for watching/listening to other people not getting their orders too.
Munnar was ...