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... la peine de noter que les services proposés par les Églises catholiques de quelque rite que ce soit, écoles, instituts de toutes sortes, hôpitaux, etc sont offerts à toute la population, catholique ou non, croyante ou non.
It is noteworthyto acknowledge the fact that all services offered by the Catholic Churches, be it in Education, Health, Homes etc, are offered to the whole population regardless of their religion, regardless of believers or non believers.
... I could write a whole paragraph about the food we enjoyed there. It was amazing, the best we have had so far! Home cooked meals served on banana leaves. Coming from Kochi where we had been disappointed with the food, this was almost enough reason to come here, never mind the beauty that surrounded us as we ate on the balcony overlooking the peaceful river.
It is almost impossible to describe how peaceful and quiet it was. The water was ...
... in 1524, was buried here for 14 years, until his son took his remains back to Lisbon. In addition St Francis Xavier came to Cochin in 1530. The architecture is an intriguing mix of crumbling Portuguese and Dutch buildings but perhaps the Chinese fishing nets are the most emblematic sight. These huge structures loom up over the water at the harbour's edge and the nets are lowered, then raised with huge ceremony. On the way to the Dutch Palace (1555) and ...
... br> Pulling into the Allapuzha boat jetty, feet on dry land once again, I stop for a chat with the locals and get talking to a local PhD student in love with the English language and whose hobby apparently is collecting catchy little phrases. Hear him bust out such gems as "straight from the horse's mouth", "calling a spade a spade", "can't see the wood for the trees", and "the full monty", *all in the same breath*.
Well I'm not ready to find a hostel yet, I'm ...
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You have two choices, traditional or modern, modern is fast and flashy with big flat screen TV's and traditional has a small engine, doesn't go much above walking pace and has no TV, but it's laid back and can get down the small water ways where they punt them along by hand. The general rule is the Indians go for the flashy boats and the Europeans for the traditional.
We opted for traditional and at 11.00am Tony took us to meet ...