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... and yanked in entertaining ways to manually start. With the mini train ride a little man had to occasionally run ahead of the train applying oil to the tracks with a little brush to help it along and then leap out of the way of the trundling train at the last minute.
What we didn’t realise when we decided to go to Trivandrum was that it was the weekend of the Hindu festival, a Pongola, where women from all over South India descended upon the city to take part in the ...
... fish with every meal. We spent time on the beach, in the sun and also tried out our surfing skills, conclusion was that if we ever had any skills they are gone haha! We also managed to get some much longed for exercise in to our schedule, one morning run and swimming laps in one of the nicer hotels pool. Only downside of this was that the cost of swimming in a hotel pool was pretty much the same price as we paid per night for our hotel ...
It's 20.30 and I've just put mum and Louise on their train to the airport. Aside from the immense fun I had jumping off the moving train and then running alongside it I am now faced with acclimatising to being on my own again. It's easy to get comfortable with people, especially family but nevertheless I will be brave, adjust and relish the opportunities the next chapter offers me! Bangkok here I ...
... In the heat of the day we all became tired and decided to go for some food. Whilst eating we all agreed that Jeevans was just what we were looking for so even though it was a bit pricey (well for India) we went back and checked in. £12 well spent! That day we spent lounging by the pool and catching some rays. It was great to finally be able to get out of the water and sunbath without being covered in black ...
... and cold drinks sold by the train people very regularly which is dirt cheap at 7 rupees a cup. The tea here is always sweet and milky so we've got used to it like that now. Then there are snack foods like samosas and savory doughnut type things with a dipping sauce amongst other things I can't remember the name of (generally all deep fried). Then there is the station food. The stalls at the station put together a tray of food and try and sell it to you at the window as the train ...
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