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... obligatory shopping. This time we came out lightly with Pashminas only, no carpets! We then visited the interesting eccentric Folklore Museum before returning to the hotel for a rest. After a little local exploration and experience with crossing local streets in mad traffic, we are now again fighting the jet lag after another tasty dinner. Tomorrow we will have a little more ...
... narrow canals, full of water hyacinth and the occasional deep pink lotus flowers we came to a small village right by the opening to the Arabian Sea. We jumped down off the boat onto the embankment and set off behind Sudheesh for the 1.5 km walk to the sea shore. It was shortly before midday - mad dogs and Englishmen came to mind! We paddled in the sea, just us and an Indian lady and her daughter on miles of otherwise empty beach. After a quick shower lunch was served. A ...
... some food and played with the 3 little week old kittens they had whilst waiting for the rain to stop. We continued on to the square surrounded by little stalls, Chinese fishing nets, the fish market and food court. Lastly we walked down Princess street, the more western Street with lots of restaurants, jewellery, fabric and handicraft shops.
In the morning we went over to watch the Chinese fishing nets in action. One of the fishermen called us over so ...
... the time of the Raj (good thing? bad thing? not sure) staying in stately accommodation with the plantation owners while over 100 workers serviced the cardamom, cinnamon, cumin, pepper, turmeric, ginger, curry leaves, mango, papaya, passion fruit, beans, cabbage, carrots, okra, chilli and so many other goodies on the plantation (check out some snaps at the end of the blog). We also learned a recipe for a traditional Keralan dry veggie curry called Thoran which ...
I really am speechless and no doubt having read my blog you may well find this hard to believe.
As mentioned at the start of my first ever blog - this technology bit is all a bit new to me and Alex (back in the uk) kindly arranged the just giving side of things - I really had no idea so many people had donated to asha.
I can't begin to describe how truly humbled I am by your generosity.
I also now have a renewed and increased enthusiasm to ...