Sagar Holiday Resorts
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... Foot is the dinosaur part of it and again, there are no information boards but I'm guessing that the bones and skeletons on display are more likely to be casts than actual bone. But if that's Big Foot then what's Jurassic Jungle? Pretty **** is what it is. Both that and the haunted house. At some point a cute little stuffed tiger jumped out at me on a mechanical arm and even I just raised an eyebrow. Me, who screamed like a little ***** in the haunted ...
... their own songs? I'll have to look this up.
We went through jungle high on the mtn to valley streams and up again passing farm in disuse at the moment because of the lack of water. They would start planting again once the summer monsoons brought rain (starting in June - Aug). Most of the farmers here planted carrots, strawberries, cabbage and other farmers grew tea. India is one of the world's top exporters (second to China) of tea, and also consumes 70% of the tea they ...
Shiva hastily arranged a cricket match at the Riverside School playing field, because the guys had gone a whole day without a game and were worried they'd lose match fitness. I was more worried they’d lose more players, as there were five walking wounded after the last outing.
The game was scheduled to start at 9am, but we had to ask directions to find the school and it took a while to do the group photos, so it was 10.30 before play got ...
... the colonial British. The overpopulated town now bursts with people, and the racket of mopeds, tuk-tuks and huge buses noisily vying for road space assaults the ears. Pungent smells from the open sewers and streetside cooking clog the nostrils as you battle your way through the manic streets.
Yet Ooty retains its charm in the stunning surrounding hills. And after ...
... in between me and the elderly couple in front of me! Ha! I was so shocked that it took me a moment to decide what to do. I tapped the guy on the shoulder - and he turned around - and had the gall to ask me, "Are you in queue?" (Translated into American: "Are you waiting in this line?") So furious was I at him that all I could think of to say was "OF COURSE!" (What I didn't say was "Just because there was six inches between me and the people in ...