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... replied, Melbourne. Which Roz found hilarious. In the evening the place was lovely. The dark hid the dirty corners and the mosquitoes were kept down by a dousing of incense. There are plenty of grounds to wander about in and watch the sun dip down over Fort Cochin. And indeed the place is so quiet we slept late. 3rd January 2015 Breakfast was good with a whole party of Scandinavians appearing from somewhere. There were even Baked Beans. Trying to find the hop on hop off ferry jetty ...
... display boards about the clothing the Cochin royal family used to wear which pretty much just involved a cloth wrapped around the waist called a mundu and nothing on top apart from during ceremonies when they'd wear a randaam mundu around their top half. This went for the women too, they were generally bare chested on account of it being pretty much permanently hot here. Yep, proper tits out and who gives a ****. ...
... are demonstrated in traditional styles. We initially wanted to go to the Kerala Kathakali Centre to see the same show but she insisted that we should definitely go to the Greenix Village because this was supposed to be the oldest performance of this kind in Kochi, the original one. After a few minutes we were defeated by her excellent persuading skills and bought tickets to the Greenix Village directly from her.
The show started at 18.00 and lasted one hour, nevertheless, ...
... by Christians, and colonization by Portuguese, Dutch, and British, giving the state more religious and cultural diversity than many other parts of India. Cochin even had a substantial Jewish population before emigration to Israel and is home to the oldest synagogue in the British commonwealth.
Physically Cochin consists of a main urban center on the mainland called Ernakulam and several peninsulas and barrier islands on the ...
Reflections first - Calcutta was an experience. It was a good experience but it was also a bit of a shock. Traffic, noise, poverty, skinny animals on the street... I'm glad I went back but I doubt that I will do it again.
On the positive side, I thought there had been a reduction in the number of beggars and maimed people. This was cheering.
Kerala by comparison seems organised and relatively calm. I suppose that I'm speaking only for the area we're in, but I have not felt ...