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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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... into detail about the spiders we saw, only to say they were comfortably the size of my hand. (See picture) After a trip on Periyar's lake and a trek through the forest, we headed off a couple of plantations. The area inland in Kerala is mountainous and a great deal of tea, coffee and spices grow here. The bus ride up through the mountains, with its lush scenery and dramatic views, should have been all good fun, if it weren't for the ...
... or accommodating, and their house really did feel like a home.
We had enough time before the appointment to have a little look around town and get a bite to eat. It really is such a pretty place - all old European architecture and leafy streets - it feels like you’ve stepped back in time! We ended up having masala dosas at the airy Loafer’s Corner Café, then a shake and a cake at the incredibly kitsch Teapot café, predictably but ...
While we were so excited about the Hornbills, a troop of Nilgiri Langurs were quietly eating fruits in another tree, as was a Giant Malabar Squirrel. As we were taking pics of the latter, the Hornbill flew into a higher tree to join his mate. Whoosh Whoosh an unmistakeable sound, pity we could ...
... ride into the hills which was beyond uncomfortable. The busses have pretty small seats on one side, so I sat on one of those thinking at least I could keep it to myself, no such luck! A steady procession of Indian fellas decided to squeeze in next to me when there were available seat left, c;mon people! And they all were very to keen to converse with me "What is your good name sir?". I met Melvern ...
... with a stage at one end. The local press were there taking photos and interviewing participants, along with musicians and drummers and an important Indian government official to wish us a safe journey and launch the 2010 Spring RICKSHAW RUN!!!