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... the restaurant. A notice said there was an procession at a local Hindu temple with elephants so we took a tuktuk through the countryside to find that health and safety rules required a big insurance premium so all in all a bit of a pig in the poke. Still we had tea on our terrace as the sun ...
... a small plate of crab in spicy coconut curry which was a pain to eat, but was also very flavoursome. We couldn't stop saying how good that is and that it was exactly what we wanted. Then we stopped at this shack serving tea, fried bananas and donuts with onion and chilli - called something like vadai, Again lots of very stunned looks from the locals - even though i'm totally used to it now, they are clearly not ;-) Then we spent the evening studying and reading in our ...
... out of the
harbour (we did scrape a few of the other boats in the process!) we were on our
way, all aboard!
The backwaters cut through the marshy paddy fields and the
water is calm which made for excellent cruising conditions in the boat, we
seemed to glide along not making a wave or any sound, and we have to say that
it is a lovely relaxing way to travel. The boat itself was pretty big, we had a
downstairs dining area with tables and chairs and seating ...
... THE SEA!!! We watched a film called 'Django' tonight at Magic Trees. Good film! ...I'm guessing this is why the puppy is called Jango now. 20th. We got a 'scooter' (hence no pics, i was banned by mark!) we had flip flops on so for safety reasons a Mo-ped was our wheels for the day... I felt like you 'Jamina!'. We set off to Agonda beach. its supposedly the 2nd most beautiful beach in India and it was lovely, teminded me of Mandrem, the place was so quiet BUT the waves were brutal! ...
... you could say hunny to the bunny, the train sidled into our destination station.
After a rollercoaster 33hrs, we'd arrived in Kozhikode before sunset and we set off to our preferred rest stop for the night - Alakapuri Hotel - via pre-paid auto. Arriving at the reception we were surprised to find the hotel fully booked.
Heading off for a quick stroll around the vicinity to find a suitable alternative, we found nothing ...