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... We were told that we would not be able to travel anywhere due to road closures and 400,000 people visiting the city. We chanced it though and went out as we only had a few days there and didn’t want to be stuck at the house missing all the excitement. And we were so glad we did as it was an amazing spectacle.
We managed to flag down a rickshaw and drove through the city to see thousands of women lining all the roads; all had little fires lit cooking a ...
Once A calm fishing village clustered around crescent beaches, these days Kovalam is Kerala's most developed resort. The main stretch, Lighthouse beach, is touristy with hotels and restaurants built up along the shore . There is also an awesome candy striped working lighthouse at the southern end of the beach. Now, we have been travelling in India for nearly 3 months, you would have thought we might have learnt a little about preparation and being organised. When ...
A Muslim, a Christian and a Hindu walked into a restaurant together . . . Sound like the intro to a bad joke? It's not! This happens every day in Kochi! It is one of the coolest things I have seen here yet, is that they all get along! They are quite proud of this - we did a tour of the town, and one of the highlights was a street corner with a Mosque, a Christian Church and a Hindu Temple all side by side, with people coming and going and waving saying hi! It was also ...
... Tim, who loves sports and never says no to playing anything, managed to find a group of Indian guys playing beach volleyball one night when were on our way to our hotel. It didn't take more than 5 minutes and he had joined in to the game, to both the guys and the spectators happiness:) I enjoyed myself by watching the game while drinking coffee at a nearby restaurant. The guys told Tim they play every night at 5 so we did this again the ...
... in. Some stops are longer than others and they know which trains they have time to board and walk down selling their goods. The food is generally the same deep fried snacks with sauces as you get on the train along with the occasional sandwich, biscuits and crisps and biryani. The part that we'll never forget is their sales pitch. It's always the same, the man just says what he's selling over and over again, generally not stopping even when he's making a sale. We go away with ...
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