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... picked us up , then had to get us into his mates tuk tuk because he couldn’t go over the bridge , they need a license or something , then this new driver had to get fuel , the minutes were ticking away , I was getting anxious , the traffic is bad and 25 mins in we are still in Kochi.
The tuk tuk got to Ernakulum Town just 10 minutes before the train left , we didn’t know which platform, the sweat was running off us , clothes sticking to our ...
... Not just a little sprinkle, mind you, but a massive monsoon downpour. Our boatman put on a turban, a plastic bag over that, and then, a raincoat, when things got too runny. He and our guide unfurled plastic sheeting down the covered sides of the boat to protect the interior, but the noise was just amazing. We took video, naturally. By the time we got back to the bridge, the rains had subsided enough for us to get to the van (and another ...
... I would be nearly overcome with sadness. Even from such a distance it feels a very bitter reality to endure. I wonder what is the future of Wisconsin, and of the larger politics that this outcome augurs. Better not to think about that now, and it has been easier to avoid thinking about it here. Hopefully by the time I'm back the big minds will have processed everything and have a story that explains how this could've happened, and what we are all to do now.
... shop, we did it to humor him, but when we walked out we explained that we were wise to this, we'd had it done to us the previous day, he acted all innocent but eventually had to concede defeat, we did however visit another four during the day!
After this we visited the Indo-Portuguese Museum where a very civil chap called Joseph showed us around, basically it's full of odds and sods from Christian churches, the most interesting thing for ...
... more skill in it. We went for dinner with our bollywood friends and between me and Sam Boy we shared a whole tandoori chicken.
The next day Sam Boy wasn't feeling too well again so I went off by myself to explore the historic aspects of Fort Cochin. I started in the Indo-Portuguese Museum which has the remains of the Portuguese Fort. I couldn't help but laugh as the remains could only be described as a few bricks in the basement. ...
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