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... to be found in this book! I let you borrow my copy any time! :-) And I highly recommend reading out loud as a family (this book or any!)!
We did pick up a few mosquito bites at this place. :-( We pray they are not malaria carrying mosquitoes... but we are all taking medicine to prevent malaria - and I have itch cream along!
The next morning, we departed for our next stop - Chennai and then on to the hospital!
... the wealth of India. My offline map app, also failed to and by the time I had asked enough people I had lost the majority of my morning. I guess it was with this in mind that were the root of my determination to enter the temple. Prewarned by the Endocrinologist and the Lonely planet, I was fully aware that this temple only permitted entry to Hindu's, well of course at this point I thought I was in luck, until I opened my big English mouth. "No foreigners allowed" was ...
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 ...
... 8217; Bacardi coke and a rest. The Chinese fishing nets offered picturesque scenery along the sea coast but we couldn’t help feeling that the area was let down by the amount of garbage and dirt.
Walking around Cochin was enjoyable and we felt completely safe every step of the way. The streets spread like a never ending festival with colourful banners, flags and decorations adorning every street, shop and rickhaw. A ...