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... is that the majority of males wear these knee length sarong type skirts in the south which they can also undo and wear down to the ankles, i guess it must be cooler unless it's a religious thing? Our next stop was to show us coir making (using coconut fibre to make rope). The coconut husks are left in the water to soak for 6 months, after which the fibre is removed and bound together using a spinning wheel - we got to see how to make it and tested its ...
... 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 kindly refuse to eat raw, fresh ginger and gently tell him that no, I didn't want to eat the clove. Or the pepper. Or that... thing... whatever it is that you just picked up off the floor. It was an amazing day though. One of my favourite walks so far I think.
And in other news, nothing makes you realise what a ******* feral bush pig you really are like washing your own clothes. I've taken ...
... Haha. But at least we can say we have tried it! We were absolutely exhausted after nearly 8 hours walking, although didn't entirely hit me until I sat in the jeep. Scott felt light headed near to the end of the walk (lack of food in his belly) we were given food at the cottage we are last night which was lovely and the best tasting pompadoms and cabbage I've ever eaten! Even better than sharwoods and that says a lot for me! I think Scott had about 3 plate ...
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I felt relatively relieved at my newest revelation. That Indians get the same treatment from the auto drivers. I, for some reason, gained renewed strength in myself and started doing as my colleagues advised me. Rule #1: NEVER take an auto from a group of auto drivers just outside the bus station. They will never bargain down. Herd mentality. Walk a block away and flag one down on the street. They’ll put the meter down every time. Rule #2: Argue ...