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... awesome, I genuinely love that post-hike feeling, when you collapse into a chair and ease your feet out of their prison and tell your muscles that it's aaaaaall gonna be ok. Unless you're on a multi-day hike in which case, this would be a small lie.
One thing that kinda does my nut in is the habit guides in India have of tearing bits off things to show us. In Kumily during the border hiking, ...
... which involved leeches on the trainers and a few slides down some slippery rocks from last nights rainfall! You could smell the tea and spices amongst you! We thought it was one walk back down, oh no! It involved another mountain which was 1550 metres above sea level. We seen so many fruit and spice plants! We did have a put stop for some black tea and watermelon which had black pepper sprinkled on it, surprisingly good! I did think it was dirt at first ...
... y. Rather than us just shovelling decadence into our fat mouths. We watched about 7 episodes of the TV show Homeland today. Plans for walks were postponed and then cancelled. Meals were delayed. Everything ran together in a blur of sloth. Honestly – we needed it. This town has been perfect for some time out from the world in comfortable surroundings.
Dinner was at SN again because Lauren was hankering for some dosa, but we missed the cut-off time by ...
... that had killed as many as 11 people in his rampages (though I'm not sure I believed that). We headed back.
We stopped off, on the way to the accommodation, in Munnar town. Truth is, Munnar town doesn't have much to be fond of, but it was busy - and the hustle and bustle was even more than usual, as people stocked up on food and drink, and everything else besides, before the strike that would start the following day.
Shaji then took us to Misty Green ...
... That is a Bison Swamp! None there at the moment though...
Tree ferns in a damp patch at the edge of the swamp. We did not go too close, this is guaranteed leech territory!
Evening overcast view of ...