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... not the amount asked for but a big victory for their rights.. So much cooler in the mountains. Beautiful crops of tea covering every surface for mile after mile, every shade of green possible! Interesting trip to a tea factory, roadside stop to watch the picking, a mountainside walk to see the endangered Mountain Goat, the Kilgiri. To finish another wonderful day we had a beautiful Herbal Indian Massage, called Ayurveda. A combination of warn oils were used for the massage ...
... US $ 1.05 a day.
The literacy in the state of Kerala is amongst the highest in India with 91% (average 61%).
Snippets of interest from the local news paper
The General Hospital in Cochin treats 2500 outpatients a day. This is done by 3 doctors only.
Because the wards are overcrowded patients sleep on the floor.
Waste management, water treatment plants and sewer plants are either ...
... for my liking. You immediately noticed the increased prices as you edged closer to the water .
The room battle is resolved for today at least on the basis Susie will pay for another room. I think that is letting Pam win but some ostracism for her *****iness is in order.
Went for a short meander at 1600. Tripped across the Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica, one of eight Roman Catholic cathedrals in India. Pope Paul IV made it a cathedral ...
... day (once sweat soaked) might have put some people off, but having the place to ourselves was worth it.
An old Portuguese fort built in the 16th century, with giant cantilevered Chinese fishing nets at the mouth of the harbour, Dutch heritage and old British colonial architecture, Fort Kochi was a pleasant way for us to get into this massive country of 1.2bn people (or 1 in 6 people on the planet). In all honesty, there wasn't a ...
... with breakfast. So far a clear Gibson family favourite is 'idli' which are small fat spongy steamed white pancakes made of ground rice. Idli are served with a cooling, liquid blob of fresh shredded coconut mixed with green chilli and curry leaves. Or you could try a Dhosa - a very thin fried rice pancake similar to a French crepe and filled with lightly spiced dry potato curry. The drinks available are just as good; my ultimate Indian travelling companion ...