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Travel Blogs from Munnar
... ladies we met in our hotel. I make no exaggeration when I say it was one of the worst things we have ever sat through. We sat in a tiny room while a young Indian boy hammered two cymbals together and a woman in elaborate make up made different facial expressions. We walked out after 15 minutes having permanently damaged our hearing. On the bright side at least Dave will now fail the hearing test when they want people to work ...
... hair pin turns. Our driver took these bends at up to 60km per hour and on at least 3 occasions I thought we were going over the edge of the cliff, it was that tight! Not to mention the times we went round the corner and there was a vehicle,one time this was a bus , coming the other direction! I thought we were going to have a head on collision until our driver swerved and slammed on his breaks, again narrowly missing the edge of the cliff ! The drivers here beep ...
... but all we had left to wear were pyjamas and a beach sarong, respectively! One good thing about the rainy season is that there are hardly an tourists around, so I feel that we are getting a more genuine sense of everyday village life.
Sadly though, during our stay in Munnar, flooding caused the collapse of a bridge and several people lost their homes. We were perfectly safe in the area we were staying but ...
Last night there was a huge buffet dinner out on the deck. The deck was quite decorated and there was food of all imaginable kinds. Sushi to roast suckling pig. It was quite the event.
Today we took an all day tour outside of Cochin to Alleppy for a boat ride on the canals. There was a two hour bus ride to get there during which we saw a lot of Indian life. First of all the country is ...
... because he was a lovely man with good intentions but my god he was a strange one. We asked for lunch and he took our order quickly and said "okay what time?" And we said well its 2pm so now would be great.. And he said "2pm dinner?" Anyway turns out we'd just ordered dinner off him for that night and lunch was not possible apart from toast. With no Internet we were very much flying blind up in Munnar coupled with the fact that you had to get a taxi everywhere as we ...