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... ginger, and many others lined the streets and freshened up the smells of the atmosphere. Calico, a hand woven cloth from which the name Calicut stemmed from, was continuously on demand from foreign merchants. Carpets and cotton, silk, even gold cloths could be found in this booming city, but it does not stop there. Wax, coral, ivory, rose-water, grain, preserves, copper, alum, quick-silver, vermilion, Teak wood, precious stones, musk, ...
The route was was alongside some lush vegetation and towns that were developing. At each major junction was a jostle for seats, as those who departed from a seat (that had been booked ahead, or nabbed) had there places gushed upon. One guy threw his luggage halfway down the carriage shouting what I can only assume was the Malayalam for "shotgun"
To make your way down a train carriage is akin to a game of Tetris, where certain ...
... sit for a few minutes every couple of 100 metres or so. This gave the guys ample time to take some photos (potential DPPs), which they'd really been enjoying.
After our plod around the lake we decided "house" was the best option, and retraced our movements back, with the addition of a Christmas Lunch for Sirasan, Sajeev, but not me.
A couple of blurry hours later we were back at home. I rested on the bed, and Sirasan got ready for the trip to his performance. ...
The wedding was a beautiful display of culture and i was fascinated to watch and be involved. We were asked to stand on the stage as it reflects well on a family if they have western guests/friends. The bride and groom in theory have not met before this day as the marriage is arranged.
The ceremony was wonderful and I felt ...
... repair shop/air and thousands of eager helpers. Feel really bad that they only charge 10 rupees to fix a puncture and one guy even insisted on giving me change. In one tiny village I walked 20 metres to a shop to get a cold drink while Mikey fixed the puncture and turned round to see at least 25 people had appeared from nowhere and surrounded him. I was a bit worried until I saw them help him take the wheel off and all accompany him to the repair ...