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... and the Communist Party of Kerala. The truth probably takes into account both actors. Who can deny the fact that the Christian Churches have played a major role in bringing down the cast system in Kerala, in achieving a literacy percentage of about 100%, health car e services to the entire population, even for the poorest, issues taken care of by the State back home. But it is fair to recognize that the Communist Party: it is the Party that took away ...
Spent the morning in Cochin, we had a tour by tuk tuk for 2 hours and it cost £1 which included a tip! A quick swim in the pool before setting off for our next hotel. Taxi down the coast to Alleppey then a short boat trip to get to the hotel. We ...
... only means of transport linking the villages. We watch as a water snake leaps from the path on the side into the water, luckily our canoe captain says its not poisonous. We stop to watch coconut beer being made and get some to sample, it's very nice just what you need at 10am! Then we move to a spot for swimming, apprehensively we jump in, with the sight of the water snake only a short distance away, but once were in it's great. After a ...
Just had to share with you our breakfast menu so have attached photos. We have a lovely young man who the minute we walk in has our cappuccino ordered and my dosa hat. Today a very kind gentleman offered to take our photo for us, he told us we had been noticed for wearing lovely Indian dresses. A big thank you to ...
... scene is all reflected in the waters below. Paradise!
Every so often, we stop at little jetties - a bell rings, we pull up and an exchange of hostages takes place (or something like that).
Passing by colourful temples with their brightly painted relief carvngs and mosques with their domes and minarettes, our narrow waterway joins a larger river, with only thin strips of dry land punctuating the gleaming flooded rice paddies starboard and port ...