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... elephants, Mysore for the palaces, Hampi for the ancient ruins and Goa for diving ... and a visit to the British Consulate for some much needed passport advice.
It's not a complete mess (the passport) but it will have to be renewed in London before returning to Ibiza. What I need to know is whether I can continue to travel, fly to Kathmandu, Nepal on the 23rd of June and also fly back to London when the time comes without some over-zealous security ...
... to run through the rain for it!) It was here that we also met Leon and Julene, who joined us for the next leg of our trip. Together with Leon and Ju we went East to the Keralan mountains in Munnar. We were welcomed by expansive forests and ultra-green vegetation for as far as the eye could see, along with non-stop monsoon rains. With the rains came a huge population of leeches, meaning any potential walks had to be kept to the main roads. Even then we spent most of the ...
... low mountain ranges. Some 40 kilometres away from Kanyakumari we start seeing wind mills, thousands of them, kilometre after kilometre. It is a weird sight. Winds from the Arabaian Sea gusts through mountain passes. The windmills tower over palm trees, bur both swing and make noise.
All these windmills contribute to a hugh electricity project. According to a local web site the centre is based in a ...
Heading north to a familiar place; Jay's home base and a beach that I have visited before- Kovalam. I told myself that I wouldn't return to Kovalam for a few reasons, mostly because the waves, but I was optimistic to for a little more karma this time. The beach itself is a little slice of Indian paradise, and ...
... something and putting it all in this sack, we watched them for a while and then walked back, this pier was built by the East India company as well, a lot of ships were berthed here and loaded with cargo, bound for England with spices, coir and whatever else that was wanted in the UK
Those kids came running after us, shouting and dragging this sack with them, I had a look, it was full of mussels, there must have been a good 5 Kg at least, they wanted me to buy ...