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... He does exercise every morning though , press ups, planks, sit ups , it tires me out watching him !!! Oh and his hand exercises ..... with the remote control for the TV !!
We took the local ferry over to Ernakulum the next day. It cost just 2.50 rupees, about 30 pence for a 20 minute trip. I joined the Ladies queue for the tickets so it took less time, the men's queues are always really long. By road this takes about 1 hour so the ferry is a great way to ...
... Visiting a primary school in Pushkar
The giant bats, eagles, ghekos and other wildlife
Trying foods like Masala Dosas, Uttapams and other Indian snacks
The first 24 hours and our first hostel/garbage dump
Being a bit ill in Kochi
Being sweaty and hot all the time! (and not sleeping well)
Missing family and friends (aaahhhhh) – I did miss you, for at least for a whole ...
... literacy rate in India, and perhaps the warmest people we have had the pleasure to meet in India.
The highlight of our stay Kochin was witnessing a festival during which three huge elephants paraded through the town to the sounds of marching band.
There is more to say about Kochin, but it'll have to wait until I have some more ...
... try something new, so asked what the Kadai checken was like? apparently, Kadai is their language for a steel ball... and that was all the explanation I got...it was a checken curry, still can't figure out the relevance of the name. It took over an hour to arrive. Jim's calamari was lovely, his ordered rice had turned into chips, my chicken arrived minus the rice, which I had to ask for...even the, I staill had to eat off my side plate and my cutlery was ...
... it’s friendly faces, scrumptious spicy food, laid-back sightseeing and deserted beaches – “Incredible India” without a doubt!
Having switched 6 weeks in north India for 3 weeks in Kerala, our abridged Asian itinerary takes us next to Thailand for 3 weeks of island-slumming and temple-hopping, before a homeward trek on the 8th November. Looking ...