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this is a amazing day.
we started the morning early to go to periyar park. thats the place for wild animals.
we are going by boat to see a bit of jungle. and we dith saw some nice animals , wild elephants , they where far but anyway we saw them and thats what counts , and so many birds are fishing here. and the best …
... in for dinner. But, feeling really like some western food we went to the Ramada, and had a steak and a mixed grill- delicious. On 2 days we have been on the local ferries for 2 -4 hour long journeys through the backwaters, watching as the locals get on and off their main means of transport. It is a really cheap and interesting way to look around the backwaters. On 2 other days we walked to the beach, which was hot and picturesque , but frustrating as ...
... notice the piles of rubbish strewn everywhere, the disease-ridden stray dogs or the complete lack of health and safety. It's actually quite funny seeing how many people they can squeeze in to a tuk tuk. The most I saw was eleven people in one little vehicle; our group struggled with four.
I've certainly enjoyed my time here but I am not sad to leave. I feel as though I have experienced India and I would definitely come back. ...
... to the fishstalls and then we headed back inland a touch to find two spots that had been pointed out to us on the morning tour. The first was a shop called Anokhi. Well, I've never seen a woman drool so much. Almost dribbling at the prospect she was.... I read the entire Kochi section of the LP while Jane perused, selected, tried and purchased! Then on the the "film set". It appeared to be in the yard of a local restaurant and there were Bollywood dancers and ...
... knotted on a long rope (see photographs). A little further along the path was a fish market, where you could purchase the fish and have them prepared for you. The area surrounding the Chinese fishing nets is called Fort Cochin. It is an area that was inhabited by the various colonial powers that controlled Cochin over the previous centuries, Portugal, Holland and England. Many of the buildings ...
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it is on the main road so every thing close by.
and very friendly staff. they offer a good day trip for you for a good price.
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