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... in town. After a bit of a discussion they finally amended the bill to Janey's satisfaction. And we set off for the station. RK found us our seats, he was a bit miffed that we weren't in first class, as were we, but as there were only 16 seats in 1st, they must all have been taken when they booked for us. The difference wasn't huge, just a slightly thicker upholstery on the seat. I'm sure they were equally uncomfortable. The train started promptly at 7:10, then ...
... and steeped and multilayered and complex in the flavors. Hot and sweet, spicy and cooling, crunchy and mushy. Love it. But, why is EVERYTHING cooked so much? Is it a hold over from the climate being hot and food spoiling easily? Or that there are many diseases in the water, so you just cook everything so you are sure that you don't acquire anything gnarly? Even now, our cook rarely makes food that has no fresh anything except our "salad" or cucumbers, daikons and onions. ...
... and friendly till he turned to Justin and said 'So tell me, how is my favourite woman, Margaret Thatcher?'. He was met with a stoney silence. Finally Justin replied with a smile that she probably didn't't have long to go and then proceeded to list the reasons why she wasn't so popular back home. Richard's easy smile dropped, he made his excuses, moved seats and didn't speak to us for the rest of the journey. The journey was a scenic but ...
... which seem to date from some time in the 19th century. Very scenic though!
Today we've mainly been recovering from last night's travelling; we only arrived back in Kochi at 2 in the morning. With only a few days left before heading to Nepal we've decided we should make the most of the warm weather and tasty food over the next few days. With a bit of medicine thrown in...obviously!
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... fee as I told the ticket takers that I was there to see the Toda people. They let me in and I walked to the top of the garden and eventually found the gate that leads to the Toda settlement. Once inside the Toda village, we (I ran into some Dutch friends from my guesthouse and they went with me) spoke to the two Toda tribesmen whom we first encountered. They were absolutely useless - claiming not to have known Jeff and not being able to find anyone who knew ...