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... amount you can withdraw is limited so there will be lots of access charges on this trip. It was so great to return to the breezy balcony of my homestay just to relax for awhile out of the heat of the noonday sun. I think late afternoon is better for sightseeing as I discovered yesterday when I enjoyed a visit to the beach and the famous Chinese fishing nets. Fort Kochi has been a great place to start my travels .... not too large and also lush and ...
... to Sudheesh we met with endless excuses why it couldn't happen, mainly because it was Christmas, and people would be too busy. We passed several who would have been ideal candidates, but we couldn't persuade Sudheesh to ask them to come alongside. He kept saying I'll try, which means in Indian 'no'. After lunch Janey called Mr C, who had offered several times, to help if we had problems, and he explained in great detail what we wanted. Happily Sudheesh wasn't put out ...
... 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 ...
... destination to the nearest man. What they both do next as they talk looks a bit like their head has suddenly become far too heavy for their neck to support, so it wobbles around from side to side. (Feel free to have a go- we are yet to brave using it in public!) Having done our research we now understand that it often means 'thank you', 'I understand', 'yes' and also just sort of benevolent niceness! Mr Abi has driven us to all sorts of lovely places ...
... as seems usual now and then he left. Maybe he is a friendly bloke and I have just taken him the wrong way. Morning treatment was severe again. The boys were digging into the inner thighs that they abused yesterday and I had to make them stop. I have bruises showing now on both thighs. I directed them to the front outer quad muscle as they obviously do not know there are four separate muscles, and they worked ...