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... sadly we could not take photos inside , there were 1100 tiles that had been imported from China thousands of years ago and each one had a different design, amazing! We stopped awhile to shop at a market
, a John bought a watch that started at 1200 Rp and bought it for 200, I bought a few trinkets.then we went to see the Chinese fishing ...
... the 5 minutes to the hotel. We said farewell to Geraldine and Colm who gave us their business card and invited us to their B&B in France.
We had a taxi to take us the 57km ride to Kochi. The name had been anglicised and set as Cochin by the British but was changed by India, like many cities (i.e Bombay - Mumbai) in 1996.
The part of Kochi that we were staying in was called Fort Cochi. It is a spur of land connected to the mainland at ...
... of the world puts milk in the tea, Indians started putting tea in the milk.
He told us that black and green tea come from exactly the same plant, it's just the process that's different. Green tea is steamed and dried, black tea goes through a different process which involves something called oxidisation and I think that's what turns it black. Anyway, I wandered off when he started going on about free ...
... not to be missed. Yes we did see the rare (tame) mountain goats on every turn, and they too stood still waiting to have their photos taken!
Our evening entertainment was a local village show. Luckily the best bit was the fact that M declined to go !!! I know I would have cringed even more that I did had he been there. However Lottie was a good sport, and joined the dancer on stage for a few laughs.
... rest of the day, what was left after that exhausting and fascinating ordeal, we did bugger all. Had a late breakfast at the premiere restaurant in town: Saravana Bhavan. After posting the package we returned to Green View Guest-house and lounged in our room. Until dinner. Which we had at the penultimate restaurant in Munnar. It is a small street stall set in a sea of mud. A few plastic tables are scattered about underneath a tin shack. It's a dismal ambience, but the food ...