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... I'm getting to like it. It has a carefree feel to it that would welcome anyone who simply wants to buy or trade goods. It is best described as functional, at least as seen through the eyes of a westerner that has lived most of his life in a society that is obsessed by aesthetics. That's the thing about independent travel, it expands your comfort zone considerably.
I'm staying in a functional budget hotel with a functional single room and a very ...
... service from Caleb. He filled a bag with two glasses, a bottle opener and a Kingfisher Beer. He opened the bottle and poured them a glass. What world skills he is Learning. The 'boys' played some soccer until it got to dark. When our ball fell in a deep hole I would hold Caleb upside down and do the crane - lower him as he grabbed the ball with his hands. We then watched the end of the Cars movie before readying ourselves for bed. Last sleep in ...
... took us along a section of the longest lake in India and Kerala's largest, Vembanad lake. The boat was amazing though and perfect for a couple doing an overnight trip. The food, again vegetarian thali (which you never tire of), was delicious. They certainly know how to cook in the south! We spotted bright blue kingfishers and hundreds of cormorants, which turn the palm trees white with their poop! Do not get me wrong Kerala is beautiful, I just prefer being somewhere less man-made ...
... to take a paddle boat across. The guest house was set among a garden which is rich in luscious green trees and beautifully different coloured flowers. The front of the house looked out onto the backwaters, where you could watch the houseboats going past, while the back of the house had views of rice paddies. I was sure that we had arrived in paradise. During our stay here we went on a guided tour of the village and rice paddies. We learnt that every 30 years they have to build up ...
... Guess who collected some fresh green peppercorns to take home as a souvenir?
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