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... br> and spoke good English and we chatted briefly for a moment with her. From the
look in her eyes you could tell that she was full of enthusiasm for our
travels, and had most probably as a younger woman travelled herself, she was
blessed with beautiful compassionate eyes, wide warm smile and a lovely grace
and composure which lit up like an aura. It was also great to see her berate
her husband when he tried to correct her English, she was a force to be
... Pondichéry, Grande-Bretagne avec l'ensemble du sous-continent indien), d'autres avec moins de succès (Pays-Bas).
Ce soir je suis revenu à Kottayam pour une dernière nuit au Kérala car demain matin je devrais me diriger vers Madurai (l'ancienne Madras). Je quitte donc un environnement douillet et amical vers l'inconnu. Je peux dire que ma visite au Kérala a été fructueuse au-delà de mes attentes. J'ai pu me familiariser avec les Églises syro- malabares et syro- ...
... revising their English. Both speak and write extremely well, however the are not quite native speakers and had never written case studies before. So my routine changed from morning walks, to mornings editing documents. Which I actually found quit fun, mostly because the subject matter was so interesting to me. Each was dealing with the projects that PDS was involved in to improve the lives of local populations. Showing how a 50 dollar investment, ...
... hours we arrived at some canoe type boats then proceeded to slowly get back to our Homestay. Singing Indian chants along the river. The decision was made that we should leave the Homestay that night at midnight and head to Vakala as it was felt it was going to be hard to fill another day. Not sure that was how I felt as it seemed a bit rude of us to leave someone's house after using all there facilities and them cooking us ...
Caught the slow train to Kottayam from Cochin. Jam packed... great views, sitting at the open door, watching the banana and coconut trees slide by. Arrived to find a *general strike* in progress (as ya do). A mass revolt against a sharp hike in petrol prices. Kottayam for me then was like a ghost town.
I bedded down in a "boarding and lodging" with a sign above the door stating, "Only inmates are welcome in rooms". Woke at the crack of dawn in time for the 6.45 ...