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... point to find it while Murray stayed in the shade.
Dianne seemed to be taking a long time so Murray had a look back through the photos, realised Dianne had had the hat right up to the rest on the landing, so headed back down, and ran into her at the landing, covered in sweat from going all the way to ground level and back. We now knew that the hat had got this far, so looked around for it, cursing opportunists for taking it. We were asking a vendor if he ...
... general, and especially not Caucasian tourists. We just smile and say hi and most people return the pleasantry and move on. The only difficulty for us with the zoo was that many of the visitors would tap on cage walls to get the anmials to react and the employees were even banging on the railings to get the lions to move to a more visible location in their pen. Just as with the elephant training facility, we had to come to terms with cultural differences regarding animal husbandry ...
... seeing. The main attraction in Ooty is the toy railway and the wonderful scenery. It's a 4 hour chug at barely more than walking pace from Otty to Mettupalayam. The seats are narrow and accommodating 8 people per carriage, plus all their luggage, was at times a bit of a squash. The scenery is spectacular and ever changing. Mountain views, waterfalls and tea plantations, around every corner there's another view more lovely than the last. We stop at quaintly named ...
... up. Our second treat for the evening was a £20 a night room as we'd not had hot water for weeks - the bliss of the hot shower!
The following morning we set out with a clear mission; sari shopping for Amutha. Tom took up the role of assistant shopper in the hope of speeding up Amutha's browsing and buying, rather than dragging heels and holding up prolonging the agony. As it happened, however, the experience was yet another ...
... the larks and now I'm in Pondicherry which is far more my cup of Chi! More on that tomorrow when I've had a chance to explore.
Will leave you with this.
Today on the train I played the 'i -pod- shuffle question game' which I know some of you know...
You ask yourself a question in your head, put your i pod on shuffle and whatever song comes up 5 in is the answer to the question...I kid you not, these are the questions and ...