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... me of that other great piece of wisdom I was given by a very experienced walker who, when asked about what was the best wet weather gear to use, said simply, you’ve already got it on, it’s called skin.
However, I had no time to rest or reflect. Right from the start, even as the questions began to swirl, Debby had organised for the auto-rickshaw to pick me up while she was attending classes and take me to something called Vivekananda House. In the midst of ...
... lots of quirky cafes. Mind you, it might be a good thing that we didn’t as we only had one set of warm clothes each which just got more and more grubby with curry stains and the usual mess that seems to stick to the kids (and Shaff)!
Having said all that, the nature all around Kodaikanal is stunning with fantastic cloudy forests and breath-taking look out points. It is situated by a tranquil lake where honey mooners can rent a boat or a pedal boat. After a lovely ...
... embarrassing as it was it had to be done. After checking into a freezing hotel we looked around the town for a few hours and it was full with Indians escaping the heat down below, all dressed up in coats, hats and gloves - quite a confusing sight when your used to most men just wearing a cloth to cover there goolies. Ooty is renowned for its home made chocolates so naturally we had to try out all 20 of the flavours for dessert after having a late lunch. Absolutely shattered from ...
... few pics and drove back.
The next spot planned was Rajamalai in Eravikulum National Park. The park entry is just 10 mins drive from the town. We were shocked to see the crowd lined up in a never ending queue to take the bus ride to the park. The park can be accessed through only authorized vehicles from the forest department and private vehicles are not allowed. Didn't feel it was worth waiting in the ...
... stall. We quickly joined him and had possibly the best cup of tea in our lives. It was masala tea made with hot milk and sugar and served in a glass. Once it had cooled enough for us to hold the glass it tasted amazing – if we keep going on like this we’re not going to have any teeth left when we leave India! We also indulged and tried a vada, a delicious spicy lentil savoury donut, delicious.