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... about tea for a bit. Seriously, the way he was going on about it you'd think it'd cure AIDS or some ****. A lot of his words were lost, distorted by the loud speaker, but he told us that before the British planted tea in India it was only grown in China. India didn't know what tea was, they were drinking milk with sugar. Then along came the tea fields in Assam and Munnar and various other places, and whilst ...
Once again it was raining as we left - this time in a private car - at 6:30am
We were soon joined by a Malaysian man who from this point forward will be referred to as MM!
Because of the rain it was very difficult to see the beautiful countryside as it sailed past and as we climbed higher into the mountains east of Kochi.
We engaged MM in conversation trying to make friends but it was quite difficult. If you mentioned anything ...
... up for it. The tandoori roti is delivered hot and was easily the best bread we've had on the trip so far.
As we were leaving the restaurant we ran into JJ and Max. They had an unsmiling European lady with them. We caught up and invited them back to our accommodation after dinner. So we all just hung out on the roof top terrace chatting about nonsense until we were politely and firmly kicked off. The terrace has a 10pm curfew, but we were only escorted off at about 11pm. ...
... Elephant Camp, located 38km from Fort Cochin. Every morning, the Mahouts bring their elephants down to the river for a bathing ritual which seemed to involve several rounds of exfoliation conducted with the elephants in various positions. The three baby elephants we saw were clearly enjoying the attention, lying in the water while two Mahouts splashed them and scrubbed them with coconut shells. Elephants are trained to respond to 26 commands, of which we saw several being ...
... next day we took an organised tour to Chinnar National Park, about 60km away. The park provided for some great birdwatching during a really nice 2-hour walk and we saw a beautiful Grizzled, Giant Squirrel.
We were given a list of other things we would see/do on the tour but...the other national park we were to visit was closed due to the breeding season of a rare goat; the waterfall was dry due to no rain, the tea museum was closed due to it ...