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... our few mile walk there and around we headed back to the hotel bakery called mathai's. Mathai's served good coffee, sweet & savoury snacks, tea, ice cream and milkshakes. The coffee was very nice and we decided to try the jaggery and banana halwa. It was an almost gelatinous chunk of cake/sweet made with coconut oil. Only on writing this have I found out that jaggery is actually evaporated dark Palm sugar, oh well it tasted good and it's ...
... around. To be
fair they provide a lot of amusement. We were asked all the usual
questions you get asked constantly in India by the Indians, “what
is your name” “where are you from” “what is your job” and
Dad is starting to wonder if there is some kind of undercover Indian
tourist survey we do not know about. Now that Dad is here they
address him over me and Kirsty which is excellent because its nice to
have a ...
... we suddenly saw one grazing on some trees right next to the road side so managed to get really close which was cool and also a little scary when it started stamping it's foot at the traffic which ground to a halt whilst everyone to took photos!
So, after a really good week here, certainly a little sad to be leaving Kerala, but a Wayanad has been a great note to end ...
We woke to another misty morning in Ooty. The hot water bottles and fire in our room were again a necessary indulgence to keep warm overnight. We left Ooty today to head to our next destination - the Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary In the foothills of the Nilgiris range. Ooty is located high in the Nilgiris mountains and is more than 2400m above sea level (and our hotel was probably a couple of hundred metres higher). ...
... realizing what I've missing in India. The beauty of nature. Call me an old school girl, but I'm realizing that while the city is robust and full of energy, I miss the wind in those tree limbs (ANY tree with wind, please...) and the smells of a forest and the beauty of a sunset. I had been craving something like this, not knowing that this was the source of my unrest. I feel like I saw another face of India. The face that was so much more to my liking. This is the India I ...