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the people here overcharge a lot for simple things like water, cold drinks and extra matresses, which we can get at better hotels for lower prices.
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... had just charged a little to warn us and then stopped but whilst we were running I could have sworn it was right behind us crashing through the undergrowth. After bathing the tamed elephants in Thailand this was a stark reminder of just how powerful and dangerous they are in the wild if you get too close to them, but at the same time an amazing experience that I am very glad to have had! On the way back we spotted a wild bee hive high up in the trees, and saw a ...
Ambling through the hills, you hear the sound of a lot of people chatting, having a right old natter in fact, accompanied by a loud "clip-clip-clip" and look up to find a big crowd of about 50 women in traditional robes busily plucking the fresh new leaves, apparently using a metal device to speed the process up. Later on, you'll meet various men, applying fertilisers and suchlike, and wearing a garment resembling a ...
... Giant Squirrel merrily munching away
A Black Winged Kite was perched on a tall Silver Oak at Parry Agro estate. Every now and then he would fly a short distance, hover in the air and swoop down ...
... beaches to be found with barely a soul on them so we thought we would spend our last days there before making the trip back to Kochi for our flight out. Unfortunately we had a bit of a mammoth journey ahead of us with another 6 hour bus ride, followed by a 6 hour train ride north. Unfortunately the train was pretty grim as we had second class seats without air con. Tamara and Tom suffered most on the seats with their little bony ...
... we decided to explore the pretty rapids of the Nadumalai tea estate which we could see from our room.
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