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... workers own the majority of companies and every level is involved in the review systems. If only all towns, cities and countries could have such a story.
The museum tour ended, with what was supposed to be a tour of the factory, but in fact ended up being the most hilarious preach on the "Benefits of Green Tea" by the funniest old Indian man, who labelled himself as “Ghandi 2”. According to this man, Green tea ...
... even once they'd gotten paid they couldn't leave the tea plantation and spend their money elsewhere because it was useless anywhere else. What utter ******* ay. They might as well have paid them in rice.
There's a documentary which I caught the last half of, which they play every hour I believe. I walked in just as we were being told how wonderful The Company were because not only did they encourage ...
Up early, packed, and off to meet Alex for a cheap masala dosa around the corner. Unfortunately the place he had agreed upon was closed so we ended up back at the restaurant we had eaten at the previous night. A delicious dosa later we were off again to the ferry port. A mere 4 rupees bought us a ticket on the ferry and after Steven ripped it back off the guy pushing in line behind ...
... Elephant Camp, located 38km from Fort Cochin. Every morning, the Mahouts bring their elephants down to the river for a bathing ritual which seemed to involve several rounds of exfoliation conducted with the elephants in various positions. The three baby elephants we saw were clearly enjoying the attention, lying in the water while two Mahouts splashed them and scrubbed them with coconut shells. Elephants are trained to respond to 26 commands, of which we saw several being ...
... served to us in a traditional home. One of my favourite meals in India. Thanks to the lovely Candian family, David, Mary and their daughter Kathleen we were able to experience a genuine travel moment. Before we knew it our time was up in the hills and we were very sad to go. If only we had more time we would have happily spent it out in the remote forest of Munnar. I will never forget the peace and quiet and sheer natural beauty. It was a pleasure to have witnessed ...