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... and never left. Fair enough, I could probably get stuck here for a while. Not too long, I'd freeze to death, but I reckon I could hang around for a while. He's gone and bought himself a bit of land and he's planting, amongst other things, banana trees. I thought it was a bit cold for bananas up here but his land is lower down, around 1000 m.a.s.l., and he told me ...
... grand temples. We had the lovely experience of walking around the Brihadeeswara Temple in Tanjore under moonlight shed by a moon almost full, set in a clear sky on a balmy evening. This is India at its best, reminding us of the inherent mystery of life and the very strong sense we carry of there being something bigger than ourselves. One could appreciate here the great wisdom lineage stretching back thousands of years which still fosters an understanding of humanity’s ...
... of the trip.
Along the path we had the good fortune of encountering a waterfall. This is where I took my first attempt at refreshing myself, washing away the old anxieties and inhibitions in favor of immersion into what is becoming a new life for me. Though I bear in mind that all I am experiencing is only temporary, I am hoping to take some of the attitudes I create here home with me. Grand Valley is not where I prosper, and it is easy to say that I find the ...
... had Geysers & Heaters, back in cochin its A/C rooms that are of demand, here its the other way round. After getting ourselves freshened up, we took on the town on foot. Bought some 'drinking medicines' which were used to beat the cold in Russia... :) .Meanwhile we also had our dinner. The next day we all got up together because of the intense cold climate outside. We had a quick bath & ...
... of the treetops in front of us, might have added to the magic of the day, too. Dinner was another delicious feast, with fish curry, parantha (bread), carrot soup, beets with coconut, green beans, cauliflower and potato in a delicious sauce, coconut pudding for dessert, served with mint tea.
We are drawing out our stay as long as we can, so leaving late morning to repeat the four hour trip to Kochin. We will stop at a folklore museum just ...