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... the sense we like to walk around a lot so as to get a sense of where we are and what the layout of the place we are. Pops even made it to church for a half hour today and listened in - my recent church experience has been practicing with the choir.
Christine and Caleb made a sign to show where the apartment was and camped out on the second floor looking for a taxi that would hopefully house Michelle. When dad and I ...
... floors and oh my Buddha the food is excellent. It feels so good to be in Cochi. Carole ( my sister) they do have toilet paper but I love using the bidet.
After breakfast we went for a walk along the narrow roadways, with horns beeping and barely enough room for single traffic, we made our way past lush gardens, beautiful homes and smiling people. What a change from Mumbai. In the middle of our walk we stumbled upon a 500 year ...
... and ended up staying out until 3am. Anyone can enter the rickshaw run, you hire a tuktuk from the local company and then you can paint and customise it. It's a race across the country starting on Sunday and it lasts about 13 days. I think it ends in Calcutta on the other side of the country. Most people have teams of about 2-4 people and they all take it in turns to drive. People even offered for us to join their team, it would've been cool if I wasn't on this ...
... to see people wearing so little. I couldn't wait to take off my long pants I'd worn all day in the train. When we got out of the taxi, we had a swarm of people as was expected saying 'miss, madam, lady you need room?'. We walked down onto the beach in hope to pick up a cheap bungalow and we were even more excited by the lights that filled the very long beach, the restaurants which were all set up in the sand one after another and the ridiculous array of accomodation ...
... statues, leads to the Paduka Mandapam (where the Padukas/footwear of Sri Adi Sankara has been consecrated and regular worship is offered). Two silver knobs represent the padukas, or wooden sandals of the Teacher. The walls of the memorial feature framed relief paintings that tell the story of Adi Sankaracharya. Several large statues of Ganapati/Ganesha, Adi Sankara, and others are also housed in this memorial. Visitors ...