The Avenue Regent
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... t know what they were doing, or maybe they did, just took us around telling us everywhere was closed and taking us to such highlights as "The laundary" where we cold see handwashing taking place, and their mates spice stall. It was worth the 50 rupees just for the comedy value though! In the afternoon me and Hannah took a walk around admiring the beautiful street art that was littered around.
Fort Kochin was lovely but we decided to move on to Allepey the next day ...
... and back again to keep warm. Finally as the sun appears and a hundred selfie sticks rise to meet it - thereby ruining the view for all the normal people - I started to defrost. The pyramid shadow cast by the Peak onto the western landscape was more impressive than the sunrise in my opinion, but most people had fled back down the steps once they had their sunrise photo.
Throwing caution and my knees to the wind I kept pace with the girls on the way down and ...
... had to be done!
Travelled by train to Madurai which I really liked. Visited the Meenakshi temple complex where the buildings and colours are amazing! This temple is dedicated to the god Shiva and was built between the 16th-18th century. Whilst we were here, we also had a rickshaw bike ride around the city and visited the local banana market..I have never seen so many in my life!
Nearly at the end now.... :-(
Headed to Thekkady which is ...
... to canvass my (our) thoughts of the 4 weeks that we had in India. Once he was aware that the score was going to be somewhere in the vicinity of A+++, he was very excited. At dinner later in the evening, we met his extended family. They offered us some specially prepared foods. The tapioca dish (which is eaten as a main meal) was very nice indeed. This gentleman's ...
... of them are being used so it's quiet but the bed is comfy. We go to explore and find the Chinese fishing nets and the fishmongers. We then find a nice looking hotel/restaurant for a beer and some food. Afterwards we walk some more and find some little shack cafés which we will try another day. Back to the hotel for a dip in the pool and a nap. We have massages at 7pm and they do the local traditional ...