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... in their room. I've had Jasmin this week and are learning how best to sleep next to such an aggressive sleeper. I've resorted to no longer sharing the bed spread / sheet as she doesn't share well and I'm now putting a pillow between our pillows to ensure she stays on her side of the bed. Both tactics seem to working. Bhavani is using slightly less assertive tactics to keep Isabel from snuggling up to her too much. Up to now we've had a ...
... the bottom are no good for tea. And here's a fun tea fact (not that all tea facts aren't fun), I already learnt that green and black tea are the same plant, different process, but white tea which I have to say I've never put in my facehole, also comes from the same plant. See the tiny little pointy bud between the leaves? That's white tea, and it costs more than Kim Kardashian's ****. Tea is, like, so ...
... br> The best anti leech repellant according to the local estate workers who face these horrors day in and day out, is to crush tobacco leaves and mix it with gingelly or any other oil, then smear this concoction on your legs. You can add salt to the mix too.
It works. We used this potion with coconut oil.
As a rule of thumb, Black ...
... and valleys around me and a flowing river within eyesight. Such a relaxing vacation this was. We start off on a 150 km drive to Madurai, but yet, within the valleys, the various bends, around the endless carpets of tea estates all around us, above us and beneath us, as we go through the curves during near zero visibility misty conditions. We just gasp as much of the air in our lungs as possible, before we leave this serene abode of the gods.
Hope you all had a nice journey with ...
... bags of tealeaves on their heads. I visit the tea museum, which is pretty much a one hour sales pitch but still pretty interesting going over the colonial history of the place and explaining that the tea plantation is now 70% owned by the workers. They recommend using green tea as a mouth wash and, if I could understand the guide's accent, I'd know how to make a perfect cup as he goes to great length to explain how. Legend has it that the ...