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I have heard a lot about how the costs of travel have gone up around the world and that there are few places where you can still meander on the cheap. I think India still remains a potentially very cheap place to travel. For example, my costs for today are:
Breakfast: 160 rupees; Cup of tea at bus stand: 9 rupees; Bus ticket: 99 rupees; Snack: 80 rupees; Fort Cochi Ferry: 4 rupees; Coffee and cake: 140 rupees (posh place); Dinner: 200 rupees; ...
... I bought you guys those cushion covers with the Taj Mahal print! This is where I also bought myself a couple of skirts and those silver oxidized ankle bracelets, my very own souvenir of India!
Best part, this was also where Michel and I were able to find that restaurant along the sea where I had my first ever lassi ...
... to finish me off. An interesting hour!
We explored Fort Kochi in a TucTuc, being taken to the Indo-Portuguese museum, housed in the 15th century Dutch Palace, a beautiful old building but rather worthy exhibits. Then on to a spice warehouse, lots of wonderful aromas, before being delivered back to our hotel.
Our New Year's Eve was spent at the hotel, eating our way through a 9 course dinner, which lasted from 8pm to midnight.
New Year was marked ...
... walk to work, who are still on their feet at the days end, when I walk home from work or yoga later in the evening.
I ran into an English couple in Kochin, Kerala (southern state in India) who were staying at my same homestay. They were frightfully self-important and didn’t have great empathy while traveling India. You’d think they hated it, with all the things they said about it…but here they were again on a 3rd or 4th trip in the past 10 years. ...
... our mouths. Of course we paid too much. We uttered the shameful words - 240 rupees. Their faces dropped. 4 mangos almost cost one room's rent. The complete shame and embarrassment. We should have paid no more than 40. It's all learning. All in all it was a remarkable time!!
Kerala is also famous for its backwaters: a series of rivers and lakes with lovely forested banks. The best place for this is 100km south of Kochi in ...