Savoy Hotel Ooty
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... mosques and plenty of chickens crowded into small cages, soon to be slaughtered. The best thing about Masinagudi was that so little traffic passed through.
We walked along the main road, out of town, as far as the bridge, looking down from there upon the river, then a little further from there, only for a car to pull up, the occupants from the Jungle Retreat, who warned us that we were in grave danger being in such a location, especially at such a ...
... clear day at all but we could certainly see the impressive pinnacle - the Rangaswamy Pillar.
A bifurcation from the Kodanad road leads to the base of the Rangaswamy ...
... western world. Next comes Third Class - the rabble; as many as you can stuff into a carriage. With open, barred windows, these carriages are dark, foul-smelling moving boxes where you would not really want to enter let alone travel in for a 12, 20 or even a 50 hour journey ( trains in India travel at about 50 km per hour on average + stop times) .
To get to Ooty, which is about 295 Kms from Cochin, meant we left Fort Cochin at 8.00am. Train took 4 hours ...
... and their attempts to express their growing independence. We all laughed when one explained the school’s dating policy. The older students are allowed to date, but only with the expressed written permission of both parents and under the supervision of the teachers and dorm parents. “We’re allowed to hold hands in public, and no kissing,” he said as the room rippled with laughter. “But they’re just trying to keep all cultures happy.”
... us with big smiles. Later that night, Prema informed us that a tiger had seized their calf. She was obviously most distraught.
The next morning, Ramesh called to say that the tiger and dead calf were on a grassy clearing in the small hillock opposite their camp. He said everyone at the camp had seen it and wanted us to see it as well. By this time, we had already set off in a different direction, so decided to go ...