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... chaos while moving forward to a better India. What a surprise to fly into this Tropical paradise, covered with palms and lush carpet of tropical plants, named the Venice of India! Our first day was spent wandering the streets of Kochi and visiting a Mosque, Catholic Church and Hindu Temple. The unity of India is seen in the way Christian, Hindi, Jewish, Muslim religions co-exist. Carol found a wonderful quote, "Whatever the religion, it suffices if it makes a better man (person)". ...
... and chickens some have cows. Some lots are swept and look spotless where as others live next to a pile of garbage. Some houses are neat and well kept, others look run down. Whether somebody can afford to repair a roof or not might have to do with money, cleanliness however shouldn’t have anything to do with poverty. Having said that, according to the newspaper the State’s government has just passed a bill to release funds for the big clean-up. Within the next 12 ...
... little confused with time zones right now. Lesson 1: Ask for tea, not the white coffee that seems to be made of International Roast with UHS milk. The rest was quite pptasty, and the chilli in the vegetables certainly cleared my sinuses! We explored a little of Cochin for the rest of the day. The temperature was pleasant to start with, getting a little warmer I the afternoon, ...
... exterior. Its architectural style is Nalukettu with a courtyard in the middle.
The interior, however, has some stunning artwork, done in vegetable oil. Cameras are not allowed due to the impact of flash on the murals but Lucas said the mosquito repellant most people wear is another negative aspect. There are scenes from the Ramayana, a Hindu epic.
In addition to portraits of the ruling Varma family of rajahs, there is an ivory palinquin, ...
... the time of the Raj (good thing? bad thing? not sure) staying in stately accommodation with the plantation owners while over 100 workers serviced the cardamom, cinnamon, cumin, pepper, turmeric, ginger, curry leaves, mango, papaya, passion fruit, beans, cabbage, carrots, okra, chilli and so many other goodies on the plantation (check out some snaps at the end of the blog). We also learned a recipe for a traditional Keralan dry veggie curry called Thoran which ...