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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 ...
... at the fire pit and we knew what the we were doing that night!
Stoked about our new pad, we stow our bags and set out to the most essential part of our daily routine: breakfast. A five minute stroll down the dusty dirt road leading from the hill where our new home was located, we hang a left on the main country road heading toward the row of guesthouses which we'd checked out the night before. At the intersection of the country road and the side road ...
... 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 & ...
We had quite a hectic day planned but was looking forward to it as it was to be in the cool refreshing hills of the beautiful Munnar. We first started with the Echo point which unlike other echo points (normally between mountain ranges) is across a small lake surrounded by hills. A very picturesque place with the dense hills of eucalyptus covered in mist and the still crystal clear lake water. Only one thing put me off was the dirt ...