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... stores are having their best year ever, and I am sure a few politicians have received some bribes. But I am happy, I got a Kingfisher to drink on the boat. It is an antidote for sea sickness. There is a chef and a helper and a captain on the boat. They are preparing lunch and dinner. I had some lovely fish for lunch, and I was supposed to have chicken for dinner. However, I guess the avian flu has hit hard in this area, so ...
... we are indeed Westerners.
16. Our strongest opinions have been replaced by countless questions.
15. Our humor is just as lost on people abroad as it is at home.
14. We are, and always will be, frenemies with Facebook. We love her for connecting us with people and we hate her for it too.
13. Some of our most memorable moments have revolved around stumbling upon the simplest treasures: sari-donned women ...
Maya and I have a family of school teachers, and I now know what they are about. Teaching kids can be hard yakka. (Hard work for the non Australians) Don't get us wrong, we love what we are doing but the kids are non stop all day. Much like that small puppy in the cartoon where he bothers the bulldog all day. We arrived home after school on Friday and packed a small bag for our weekend trip to Alleppy. This bus trip took 5 1/2 hours in 3 different buses, all which had ...
... the backwaters very well as they are local boys, in fact where the boat docked for the evening was not far from the drivers house. The chef was 23 years old and from Allepy so he too knew the area and its traditions well. He said he learnt to cook in school and my, can that boy cook! Think his maths needs some work though as he constantly made enough food for 4/6 people! The food was all Kerala style and all cooked from scratch. There was a fruit bowl big enough to last ...
... email, Facebook etc. The hosts are Beju and his Polish wife Natasha with there pug dog Jack. Beju explains why you leave your shoes outside in India - "Because there is **** everywhere, unlike Europe and Australia". I have a good laugh at this. Once the room is ready I head to the beach. A rickshaw can take me the 14k wait up to 5 hours and drive me back for 500rupee. Sounds like a deal to me. I arrive at the Marari beach, am really pleased to see a very clean pristine ...