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Great holmertz 2019-08-04 1:17

Hello Paul,
The photos almost drown under the impact of the events you describe. As an "old India hand" I still follow events in India quite closely (but not as carefully as when I was working), so I was aware of the strikes and conflicts surrounding that temple, but hearing about the practical consequences for a traveller is another thing. But these photos show that you passed through beautiful areas on your long and tedious journey. This view of the lake is magnificent, but I am also fond of the WS of the very attractive pattern made by the tea bushes.
Best regards,
Gert

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Old 08-04-2019, 02:03 PM
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Default To emka: Tea with milk and sugar

Thank you Malgo,

Yes, on the foreground there's a tea plantation.
I will show more pictures of plantations. They were often very picturesque.

In India (in the north on my earlier journeys) I learned to drink tea with milk.
I don't find it horrible anymore. In India it's difficult to avoid the sugar but at home I don't take sugar in my tea or coffee.

Best regards,
Paul

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