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... to meet our driver. Long wait but process was quick enough, lots of staring and stamping of pieces of paper, then we were free. Denis our driver was waiting and we were soon driving to the old Fort district. Streets just waking, very clean, lots of churches (Kerala is more Christian than other parts of India, and more communist), saw what we thought were Palm Sunday processions but later learnt were groups of pilgrims carrying crosses, walking 100km+ to the spot where ...
... running board, holding on with one hand at speeds of 80km/hr. A procession of swaying breasts, large abdomens and suspiciously firm crutches are pressed hard against my face and right shoulder for three hours. At our destination, Amber confirms her experience was depressingly similar and we head off to find a guesthouse with a hot shower.
We have had a wonderful time in Sri Lanka, probably stayed a few weeks too long, but hope our experiences here will have us in ...
... all in another language but we picked up the choruses)
Headed back to Kochi to finish off the tour and had out last meal together..cannot believe that 28 days has gone so quick but yet done so much. The people have been lovely and the food...well amazing - I am definitely not going home any lighter than when I left home!
In fact, I am also 'heavier' in experiences...and that is definitely not a a bad thing but is just the start of the adventures to happen!
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The next morning we had a breakfast included of Omelette on toast and some juice (much better than toast we'd been eating for 2 weeks), and then got in a mini van to transport us to our boat trip. We arrived and were put into like a sampan with a little roof and a man with roughly a 3 metre bamboo stick, rowed the boat. After a very long and tiring boat ride we got to a large village at the side of the river. The houses all joined up and created a ...
... with too many legs... I wasn't particularly keen on the spider that looked like it had a long sting, I was even more alarmed by the luminous green spider near the washing line, yeuck... But the butterflies.,,the butterflies were fantastic, so pretty, coloured, patterned and enormous. They flitted, like only a butterfly can, between dappled shade ( the best kind of shade in my humble opinion) and sunlight. I was sat still watching the natural ...