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... century construct developed by privileged European whites. It has become the dominant view since it has been backed by power — economic and military.
Needless to say, this sparked a spirited discussion. A belief in the inherit worth and dignity of each person and basic human rights is core to my value system. But the discussion did point out that very different and deeply held world views arise from a different set of initial premises. ...
... it did have a pool but it was so opaque that we would not have dipped a toe in it. We were the only Europeans staying at the Pagoda (which isn't usually a problem ) and it was full. The other guests were so noisy, shouting, slamming doors, hammering on doors, children running wild and yelling/screaming up to midnight and the noise starting again at 6am, that it was not a pleasant place to stay, despite the food being very good. I think it is a cultural difference reflected in the ...
... to use the toilet again.
The time zone here is different but so are the waking hours. It seems as though getting up at 5.00am is not unusual and going to bed at 10.00pm is late. I am sitting in my room at 06.45am and the boys in the orphanage, next door, are fully into a game of football. I can hear the horns of the cars and lorries on the main road and there is load music playing from the mega sound system that exists on ...
Up again, sort of getting the hang of it, but feeling I that I will be happier when the voyage crew arrive, as that is the bit I am more used to, finding my day is very busy and not stopping until evening - but still feeling that I am missing something - no one seem to be pointing anything out, and the first mate - Jon keeps coming up to me asking if everything is ok. The voyage crew were meant to arrive between 13:00 and 15:00 - that is not so easy to arrange in the UK let alone ...
Today we woke up early on the house boat had breakfast and packed up our bags. We said good bye to our new friends and then got a tuk tuk to the bus station. Once we arrived our bus was there and we jumped on. Two hours later we were back in Kochi. We jumped on another bus and were at our new hostel in the nice part of Kochi. We checked on and got some advice from the owner who was very helpful and gave us a couple of maps. We then went to a great little art cafe for lunch and did a ...