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... years to make. It's not bad. I mean, I have no idea who most of the models in there are so I have nothing to compare it to, but it breaks up the walk to this rock. And yeah, this rock. Because it's a tourist attraction, shops line the road selling random stuff and, of course, homemade chocolate. You can get hygienic quality homemade chocolate which is totes my favourite ...
... lifestyle given the formidable tradition of wisdom which India has going back four thousand years, easily predating the great Greek philosophy that underpins our western, so called developed civilisation. Before arriving here I had been able to gain a little knowledge of the original wisdom traditions of India which are encapsulated in the four thousand year old Vedas and which were eventually documented a thousand years later in the great treatises of the Bhagavad Gita ...
... he helped her order and pick-up the cake in late evening time. Had dinner from the hotel where we stayed at around 9 and rested.
Next morning, first thing was blowing off the candles and the birthday cake. It was my 29th Birthday, "Happy Birthday to Me" :-D. We had plans to visit the Berijam lake inside a reserve forest (25 km off Kodai town) but later we dropped that idea due to the additional overhead in getting the permission from ...
... were partly dried-up. The one to mention is Lakkom falls, which is quiet big and had some water. Clicked few pics from there and drove further towards Munnar.
Around 5 PM we reached Munnar town. Munnar is small lively town filled with just tourists. You could see spice/tea shops in every corner, Jeep stands looking for tourists to hire, bridges crossing over the river tributaries, agents ...
... and the levels of proteins, free amino acids and sugars increase. We were told that 4 kilos of green tea leaves produces only 1kg of loose black tea. This tea is then dropped down a shoot and placed into the Maceration process.
Maceration takes place as the CTC (Crush, Tear and Curl) process. The CTC machine consists of two cylindrical rollers, having stainless steel segments with fine tooth-like sharp ridges and is ...