Zest Danish Villa
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... go on a mountain trek the next morning, which meant meeting at 6:30 for a banana and biscuits (ok, why India, do you insist on calling them biscuits when they are well and truly, cookies. Don't fool yourself!!! England is to blame for that one). I got up at 6 am and got ready. A guard came by and we walked a couple minutes in silence to the front meeting place as the birds started waking up. I gulped down my coffee and bananas and biscuits and took some surreptitiously for the ...
... if it was gentle he said as gentle as it can be when a place is so hilly! eek! We didnt think we would be able to go trekking as in the last 15 days 3 people and 2 cows have been killed by a Tiger and so many schools have been closed that lots of guides were refusing to take walking groups. Our guide however was named Rajiv and is a local tribe member who has grown up on the mountain and was very knowledgable about his home.
The trekking day was brilliant and ...
... minute in the Ivory Coast.
In my day's reading I came across a Wall Street Journal article about India's population reaching 1.2 billion! Amazingly, it added 181 million people in the past ten years! That's about as many people as live in Europe's three most populous countries combined - and it took the Europeans millions of years to reach those population levels!
Between my hotel and the one next door there is an empty ...
... by standing up for Romania against the Soviet Union. This made him the darling of the Western world - until his economy came crumbling down. There were also some big similarities between North Korea and Romania in that both of them put on those expensive song and dance spectacles - in order to show the world how happy and prosperous they are. This brings up an interesting point: I firmly believe that if we would stop supporting such regimes ...
... enjoyed rowing around the lake. On the lakeside Rosina enjoyed a fairground ride and we ate corn on the cob and took the rough rattling mini train ride along part of the lake (it only went a little distance before abruptly halting and returning again).
With that little Ooty tourist experience over we walked back into town, perused tyhe books in Higgambothams and indulged in a pricey pizza at a pricey restaurant.