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... by 6pm and all lights would be out as part of the mozzie avoidance plan - very early night for all.
When Delhi belly strikes, it strikes fast and M was next to be 'man down' How bizarre that M & K, the hardened travellers, have both been ill, and my 74 year old mother appears to have the constitution of an Ox. Lottie has avoided any upset, probably due to the fact that she ...
... to kind of paddle and we move at snails pace until he finds a shallower patch to gain a little more purchase on the river bed. A motorised canoe chugs past destroying the serenity but it's so much faster than us it is soon out of sight and hearing.
We branch off onto a side canal leaving the habitation behind. Our man stashes his pole on the roof and selects another - apparently it's shorter because the water is not so deep here. We pass areas of coconut and ...
... church has been built around his original house (apparently) and although tiny it allowed you to see inside to where they lived and stored rice. It was like an overgrown doll's house. A couple more hours of lazy canoeing followed before we were back at Our Guide's house for a magical Keralan lunch, quite possibly the best meal we've had on our trip so far. Served on a banana leaf there was rice and veg curry, poppadoms, omelette, powdered tigerfish, homemade mango chutney, ...
... I am not a fan of pumpkin or cabbage (unless red) so bravely ventured into new territory and was pleasantly surprised. The food was fantastic and my chapati was delicious. Shuli and I could not get enough of this authentic Keralan food that we had helped cook.
After dinner we found ourselves wondering around the area and catching up. We visited the oldest Christian church in India and went to a bar for a few drinks. Given I had not seen Shuli since I ...
... of ungentlemanly ( and a similar lot of ungentle-womanly) behaviour here. It`s just greed I suppose, a fear that the food will disappear in front of their very eyes unless the passenger can get to it first.
And it definitely works. There is a marked decrease in frenzy, by far the majority of the passengers do queue, and everything magically slows down considerably. No one is seeking perfection or total order, for that would be foolish and is definitely unattainable.