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... across the waters, taking in the all the unusual flora and fauna. Birds of prey swoop over the surface of the lake, coconut trees line the banks, and paddy fields stretch into the distance beyond. There truly is no place like it! We arrived in this part of India two days ago, after taking the train down from Ooty to Mettupalayam, another train to Coimbatore, and a third to Alleppey. It was a long day and we arrived at our guesthouse yesterday morning utterly shattered. ...
... the wife, it’s hard to say no to an invitation like that
The word has got round here, I have all the taxi drivers coming in to shake my hand, buy me coffee (as if, Sid keeps me well supplied) they all look over the wall and wave at me, big smiles from everyone, even the lady that fills her pots in the morning bought me these onion things, nice they were, I have even had the hostels over the road come over and shake my hand, its rather embarrassing really, but it has ...
... production. Kathakali is a form of dancing drama native to Kerala in which the principle performer takes 8 years in training in order to perfect the art so that he may perform at certain religious festivals. The makeup and costume take hours to piece together and I was lucky enough to see the artist getting ready which it made me appreciate the final product even more.
The Kathakali artist uses the entire body to perform, from the hairline, to ...
... small islands and along the new city side of the harbor. Although the weather was hot and humid there was a constant breeze to keep us cool.
After the cruise, JoRina negotiated with a tuck-tuck driver to take us to the Taj Resort, as Victoria our cabin steward recommend we go there. JoRina had asked our guide what the fare should be while we were on the cruise and stuck by the price. The driver agreed to wait ...
Next on our exhausting agenda - the beach. We pile up into the local party bus, passing the time by dancing to the Hindi tunes that the driver was blaring, and twenty minutes later find ourselves at the hot and not so shady Alleppey beach. We venture out to a relatively empty area, put down our stuff, and one by one descend into the choppy waves for a lazy afternoon of sand, sun, and surf.
That afternoon I made a few general observations about beach time ...
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