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... hopped on to the speed boat, wore our life jackets, and settled in for an hour’s ride around marine drive.
Walking in marine drive, and taking a look at marine drive from the speed boat, with all the bridges, designed like Chinese nets, Kettuvellam or rainbow, gives a whole new dimension to cochin. Our drive gave us a close-up view of the hidden cottages of Bolgatty Resort, which was once Bolgatty Palace, International Container Shipment Terminal, with the heavy ...
... annoys me. But it is what it is. I spend maybe 30 minutes inside the temple before heading outside. Now off to the palace. I ask the police for direction, a female police officer tells me it is too far to walk - it is 1km. I politely explain I can walk that far. Off I head to the palace. As palaces go it is pretty basic. Hmm my day is not really shaping up very well. I head back towards the temple, not really sure why. I stop at a small flower stall ...
... was crawling slowly up to avoid all the holes. The distance between shops and houses before further apart as we reached our final destination. We arrived at our home for the next 4 nights, the only sound for miles was the sound of the rickshaw engine. We had arrived and to quote Lonely Planet, the peace was indeed zen. First thing I noticed as we stood in our room was the change in temperature. After just two days in the sticky oppressive heat and humidity I ...
... TANTEA - Tamil Nadu Tea Plantation Corporation - http://tantea.co.in/
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Parry Agro limited http://www.parryagro.com
Jayshree Tea industries http://www.jayshreetea.com/
Peria Karamalai Tea Estate
Tea Estates India Ltd. [Woodbriars] http://www.teil.in/ ...
... The offie was, in effect, a cage with a tiny hole and vast supplies of newspaper for the (Muslim) punters to take away their purchases in. And it was the busiest shop in town. Chris and I queued with the "alcy's" for our fix. Strangely, we, as "Westerners with no shame" didn't get our alcohol disguised as fish'n'chips like the locals did!
And the Tea Museum - that was something else. It was a quite interesting display of the 140 year history of the plantation ...