Marickar Hotel & Suites-Nedumbassery
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... burning. Quite by accident we wondered onto the platform that giant Santa was on and found ourselves surrounded by other white tourists who looked over a sea of Indian men waiting for the Santa burning with Santa right beside us. The streets were busy and the crowd large and I thought its lucky that Indians don't really drink as if everyone was drunk, if it was England, there would be police everywhere doing crowd control and fights. There was a lot of men out but there ...
We relocate a few 100 metres to the Kaliveedu Lodge, where we will soon join our Intrepid tour group. It's a beautiful, traditional-style building dating from Christmas Day 1945, set in lovely, floral gardens and guarded by an affectionate pup named Honey.
The 108-day long Kochi-Muziris Biennale begins today. The parade-ground trees are festooned with lights. A stage is prepared for performances and surreal artworks spring up around the town. The Kashi Arts Café is ...
... has the impression that the whole continent is on the move, when the train stops and you see the great amount of people coming out of those numerous wagons to be replaced by another great amount of travelers.
On my arrival in Ernaculum, I was greeted by another Cardinal's secretary, this time the Syro- Malabar one, who incidentaly is in Rome for the Synod. According to the Church Tradition, It is here in Kochin that the Apostle ...
... view leads to happier, better lives? Hard to say. Whose world view is correct? Why mine, of course.
We arrived in Cochin on the coast of the Arabian Sea, and saw more westerners on the way to the hotel than we had seen in the rest of our trip. Cochin, a city of a couple of million, is a big tourist attraction for its the old colonial atmosphere and the spice markets. We are staying at a wonderful dwelling built in 1506, the oldest ...
... We have been lucky though, as during our stay in India, the majority of people we have encountered have been lovely, there's just the other side of this culture which wants to drain white people of all their money whilst on holiday in this country. Today, I've had a relaxing day in the home stay. We had a traditional Keralan breakfast this morning, and I had a short nap and read my book. I'm reading Life of Pi. I helped cook lunch with Lila (the lady who owns the house) and ...