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... become part of their culture. If we try and do things the way we do back home or worse push against their culture the experience becomes angry and exhausting. We have all read at little at times. I purchased and just finished reading 'Indian Summer - The secret history of the end of an empire' by Alex Von Tunzelmann. It was a fascinating read of the history of India in the period surrounding their nation becoming independent of The British Empire. ...
... the Hindus had tied a sandal to a papaya tree. Yeah fair enough, Anwin. I'm with you. Flowers and basil I can go with but I draw the line at trying to work out why someone would strap footwear to a fruit tree.
One of the reasons this trek is amazing (aside from the camera fodder and all of the learning, natch) is the food. We walked up a hill to a rock where we met with the other group to ...
... bears, leopards etc. are also seen. It is all a matter of luck as to what you will see but sightings per se are guaranteed!
Indians are always strong on places of worship so the well known Valparai Balaji Temple and Annai Velankanni Church within the Peria Karamalai estate should get the first mention. Easily ...
... 8217;. The hotel is beautifully decorated, includes a gym as well as an Ayurveda spa.
After we arrived we took some rest before we left for a Kathakali show. Kathakali is a stylized classical Indian dance-drama noted for the attractive make-up of characters, elaborate costumes, detailed gestures and well-defined body movements presented in tune with the anchor playback music and ...
... that he offered us - I did say that we were travelling 15,000 miles, so couldn't carry lots of jars and tubs and, in any event, didn't want any treatments for "brainpower", "memory" or "body strength"...but, in the end, we took some cocoa powder, Masala curry powder and black pepper, to post home. And then moved on.
Next stop: Hydel Park & Gardens, a very picturesque spot on the outskirts of Munnar. It was now lunchtime, so while Shaji recharged his ...