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... to find the jumpsuit man. The jumpsuit man was nowhere to be found, but we found some more cute puppies. Nai had her nails done, Annie got her eyebrows threaded, and we all got henna. The henna was gross and looked rubbish, as she pretty much ignored what we asked for. Her friend came in, and was telling us about her husband, and kept slapping my leg and laughing. Crazy old lady! We then decided to go back for an early night as we were all tired, and we watched a film in ...
... sit still(ish) for a while and think about stuff, which is not the aim at all. I was also a bit concerned about emptying my mind of all thoughts before chanting a load of stuff I don’t really understand. I didn’t like the idea that anyone could push suggestions into my head without me considering them first, especially when I fundamentally did not agree with a lot of the stuff that was being said (Neuro-Linguistic Programming can be a powerful tool). I think we came ...
... Malaysia was my first gentle introduction into India with great Indian food and slightly similar lifestyle). Yet I was expecting more from what was sold to me as paradise. Again I think once i discover North India, i would very quickly realise what a magical paradise Kerala was. And thinking about it, it was a paradise, Indian one. And it was a very special and interesting holiday... I'm ready for North India now... ...
... was noticeable in many places but especially in Mumbai and Delhi, where 'women only' compartments have been introduced to improve the safety of women on public transport. The tourist police are also visible in many places, where you can report any incidents of scams etc and it will be dealt with. This was also evident in the attitudes of many of the local business owners of cafés and hostels we met. They asked us about our experiences in India and wanted ...
... traditional Indian garments etc to be found anywhere. Essentially we left Kerala empty handed. Prior to heading to the airport we had a short coffee break in a local "bakery": the Australian equivalent being a slightly upmarket cafe.
Thiruvananthapuram airport is quite large, but we did not enjoy our experience here. We checked in, only to find that our flight was cancelled and that we would be placed on another flight. This ...