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... squirrels are the size of a raccoon with a very long tail. Quite amazing! We had lunch on the top of the hills and our rather strenuous walk took nearly 5 hours. The weather was warm but not hot. Perfect for hiking.
In the afternoon we visited the tea factory to see how the tea was made and watch a 1/2 hour documentary on the history of tea in the area. We learn that the strongest tea comes from the leaves that are cut the finest.
... to be touched by the warmth and friendliness of all the people we see and pass here in Kerala. There are always smiles and hellos plus requests for us to be in their photos. Even today when we were hiking by the tea plantations on our descent from the hills, the tea pickers (all women) had greetings and didn't mind their pictures being taken. Now I understand why people love Kerala and often keep coming ...
... with the lads where they'd sit around and talk about how **** women are in between bouts of pool and darts, he just chopped her ears, nose and tits off instead. Well if that didn't learn her I don't know what will. Chicks ay, Jayantha? *rolls eyes*
Afterwards we got a brief demonstration of an Keralan martial art called Kalaripayattu, whereby two very serious looking young men threw some moves around ...
... the villa which was just down from Munnar in amongst the spice plantations. They said rain was coming in this evening and boy were they right! It absolutely hammered it down with rain, incredible! Our roof is made of tin as well so it made the noise even worse! The storm went on for around 3 hours and just didn't stop, muddy water everywhere! The one night we needed hot water because of the temperature drop and we didn't have any, it was absolutely freezing, so a quick arm and a ...
... shadows of the mountains. Mist still lay along the valleys. Gorgeous.
It was here that Alex made her stand. Refusing to move another inch she insisted we continue without her. We all made an attempt to assure her of her innate ability to conquer this challenge, but I think it sounded hollow to her as well. So we left her lying on a rock in the morning sun and trudged off. Heading through a small thicket nestled between the peaks found us at the ...