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... ever so you might as well chop that ****er down once it's borne fruit. So to grow a tree you need a tree and no, I have no idea where they came from in the first place. He told me that if you wipe out all the wheat plants, or rice plants, you can still grow more from the seeds. But if you wipe out all banana plants, that's it. No more bananas. I can't quite make it ...
... 1980's. However, I quickly came to understand that my reactions now are different. Then I was working for a foreign company and trying to manipulate the locals to do what we wanted and what would be best for the company and its employees, like me. Then I lived in an expatriate enclave and hardly mixed with a local socially. I never sought to understand their lives and was simply focussed on doing a good job as the company defined it. This time things are different. I realise ...
... around 8.30 AM, Saturday morning in my Linea with my wife. Stopped in A2B near Soolagiri for brunch, it was super-crowded with travelers as it was a long weekend. Its a nice south Indian restaurant, we always stop there for brunch/breakfast during any travel through NH7. Topped the fuel tank in BP there, Diesel is always few bucks cheaper in Tamilnadu than Karnataka.
Drove through Salem ...
... at hairpins where we had to slow down) throughout the twisties of Munnar. We took couple of snaps, had a smoke & got on to our wheels again. After we rode downhill we knew a shortcut to cochin. Around 10:30pm, we reached our destination after a whole lot tiring trip. But the most happiest fact was, in spite enjoying & experiencing the whole trip, we reached back, ALL IN ONE PIECE. As said, Safety First....!!! ...
... arrived at the Tea Museum and paid our 80 rupee entrance fee (£1) and were guided into a large room for a video presentation on behalf of the Kanan Devan Hills Plantations Company. They started by explaining that the local area receives between 130 and 700 cm’s of rain from East to West and that this then breeds a variety of tea tree qualities.
The company had been started in 1886 when a connection had been ...