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... than the usual hungover, overstuffed, sloth like existence that we might expect back home. So when we had got back to Maria's earlier in the day we had booked some activities for the next two days to lift our spirits. Hopefully they would go some way towards counterbalancing the flat feeling that had been ever present since dinner on Christmas eve. Boxing day.... started uncharacteristically early for a boxing day. The taxi picked us up at 6:30am. But with good reason, we had to get to ...
... of people from all parts of Kerala and most of India. With 97% literacy and free, education for all, the town benefits for an empowered and entrepreneurial population, much of the money that supports the town comes from wealthy 'Kochinites' abroad sending the money to develop the state they love. We visited St Francis's Church which was built by the Portuguese in the 1300s as a Catholic Church, it has since been taken by the Dutch, British and French, each time changing ...
Gita and I had agreed that we would alternate with daily updates to the blog. Then we had a long travel day on monday, yesterday was too exhausting, and I knew today would be our day. Only to open the blog today and realize that Gita had out-blogged me by several entries. Hah, I am making up for it today!
Short post because I've already written a couple. More photos from another day at Ft. Cochin and Mattancherry. I seem to be having daily ...
... Arabian Sea coast and is 140 miles long. Together with the Thomas' we shared a houseboat, a cook, an engineer and a captain. For 3 hours we lounged around on the boat as it made its way up north to meet the two Fasil's who had driven the cars to a meeting point. In someways the backwaters reminded us of the Amazon. Many boats, people living off and on the river, tropical vegetation and a ...
... home. Most everyone speaks English to some extent, at least those dealing with us tourists, so we always felt comfortable. Finally after two or so hours, we arrived back to where we began, walked to our van, and after another hour of driving got home by 5:30. Tired but feeling satisfied. A nice shower and nap for a while, and a late supper at a local restaurant near our homestay. We slept like logs.