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The main problem here is it will spoil you for anywhere else in India. Perfection!
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... behavioural issues and children from slums. It’s complicated.
Rickshaw? / Want to see my shop? / Hashish cocaine heroine? *smelling like alcohol*
No thank you.
Later my friend?
Don’t get me wrong: I like these small conversations. People show interest, they are curious. It is nice to have a small conversation, a small connection with someone. They only exception ...
... place filled with beautiful people. The women were so gorgeous in their bright coloured sari's. I love the colours and the family time we could see happening all around us.
I bought some spices and scarves and perfume oil and tiger balm and a fan. Got some nice shots of the area and was again given the front seat which gave me better opportunities to get them.
We were back to the ship by 15:30 and met with Bob and Marg on deck four ...
... the morning. When Cochin, India came into view around 10AM we set our minds back to travel and put away our books. The weather was warm and very humid. It took us about an hour to go through immigration on the ship. We ate breakfast in the Kings Court and chatted with other passengers excited about visiting India.
We met up with our tour group in the Royal Court Theater before we took a 10 minute air ...
... come here, like us, only for a few days and others stay for several months. Over 3000 people live here permanently as part of the community (either as lay practitioners or as monastics).
On the first evening there is an introduction and guided tour for all new arrivals. We are not the only ones. There are about twenty people in our group. The introduction begins with a film about the life of Amma. Amma is the woman who has founded and is still leading this ashram. ...
... off completely and left me dazed and confused for hours, dealing with most likely some form of food poisoning or spice issue. Surprise, surprise, another meal which knocked me on the group in India, the trend is becoming all too frequent.
The next day we organized a tuk tuk and made our way, yet for some reason the scenic route was taken, it became ever so apparent when ...