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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 ...
... shower afterwards as I'd have probably wimped out of having one if we hadn't swam. We warmed up with a chai and some fried banana fritters then sailed for several more hours before mooring in a little village and given a fishing rod and bait. We managed to catch one tiny fish - well Willem did but the rest kept disappearing with the bait. Eventually it got too dark and deciding we didn't quite have the skills needed to be fishermen ...
... m not saying she was angry but she certainly wasn't her usual breezy self. The games caused some controversy but were really enjoyed by everyone, especially the impressions /acting round! By this point me and Naomi had come to the realisation that India couldn't handle both of us on a big night out at the same time ( or retrospectively we have decided this). We were taking it in turns to have ridiculously late nights and tonight was my night. We managed to find ...
... recommend the vegetable paratha wraps at Dal Roti on Lily Street (yes, Janine, we went twice after your eager insistence in a number of emails).
Emily and I both really enjoyed Cochin although we agree that you don't really need more than a maximum of 4 days to see everything on the island, but Succot and our trip to Munnar managed to fill up the rest of our week.
Now, without sounding too excited, we're on our way to Goa!! :) ...
... 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 ...