Heritage Methanam Munnar
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... my seat, took my flip flops off, paid the smiley conductor the equivalent of £1.25 (for a five hour journey!! Transport for London, take note), and prepared to do some landscape watching. The bus was a bit ramshackle and the suspension left a lot to be desired, but who cares! There was no glass in the windows so the breeze could blow through, the Hindi music was blaring, and I was sat next to a nice local man who teaches English so we had a few ...
... ladies we met in our hotel. I make no exaggeration when I say it was one of the worst things we have ever sat through. We sat in a tiny room while a young Indian boy hammered two cymbals together and a woman in elaborate make up made different facial expressions. We walked out after 15 minutes having permanently damaged our hearing. On the bright side at least Dave will now fail the hearing test when they want people to work ...
... and comfortable and we slept without socks for the first time in a week! The owner Deepak was really very helpful and explained that the accommodation out in the plantations was initially set up for people to rest at after they have done the trekking but that it has also become popular with other people who just want to experience the peacefulness. Deepak also introduced us to our first coconut toddy. This is an alcoholic drink made from the nectar/sap of the coconut palm ...
... forms of combat. It an excellent show and well worth seeing. The show finishes at 7pm and Raju is there with the car. Yay. Back to the guest house for dinner, tonight there are Tom and Ami, an Aussie couple, two British brothers and a couple from Europe. Tom and Ali have had a great trip so far and a lot more relaxed than when we met them on their 1st night in India. We all had a few drinks, swapped stories of our adventures and promised to go trekking at 630am tomorrow ...
... and his wife Sandia now run the homestay out of their lovely home, built on the plot of the mud hut. It's an inspirational story. Gireesh guides for 3 hours in the morning then goes to court, coming home late in the afternoon and guiding for another 3 hours; he works tirelessly and smiles through it all!
Sudah also knows the birds well and guides when she's not cooking for 20 to 50 people who visit the dormitory next to their house, or working at the local school as ...
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