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... driver in the back. Don't forget I told you I want the station, she says. He ignores her. This charade is repeated at least two more times and we are just entering Ernakulam town. I sense a punch up. Will he or won't he? I'm still not sure. It's 5pm and the traffic is horrendous but our lady wins the day...well almost. Our driver takes her into the town, well off his route but not to the actual station. A truce is declared and she gets out with her suitcase. We retrace ...
... taught us to make a quick chicken masala, helped us get some American dollars changed to rupees (this took well over an hour of sitting in the bank because they had to verify that our American money was real, they wouldn't take one bill because of a tear less than a half centimeter long, and their printer wasn't working to provide us with a receipt), and tried to get us a phone with an Indian Sim card for cheaper local calls (this has been an ongoing challenge due to phones ...
This is my first time in India as you can see the sun is up and the view is not bad. First day, what to do,find our way around I think. Easy arrival met at airport very quick journey to hotel. Hard case driving interesting road code, seems lotsa flashing driving lights is the way to go. I guess this equates to horns in daylight. We plan to cruise the backwaters this pm, leaving at 5. Maybe have a massage?. Back ...
... pass every single truck and bus on the road with wild abandon!!) There are so many churches and small roadside altars along the way. Apparently, about 40% of Keralans are Christians, stemming from the colonial influences of the Portuguese, French, Dutch and British in the 18th and 19th centuries.
We arrived in Kumily in the late afternoon, around ...
... boat and we head off to tie up for the night. Another good feed with way to much food, a Kingfisher and we called it a day.
Unfortunately Jacqui woke up with a bad case of the 'Delhi Belly' so she missed breakfast and choose to lie in bed for the remainder of our journey watching throught the windows in the room. A lovely morning, bright ...