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... buses, cars, tuk tuks and trucks, shops and stalls, people and goats. It took about half an hour to reach the boat stop, right in the centre of the busy town. The biggest Jackfruit I've ever seen, bananas everywhere, you could smell the spice stalls before you saw them and roads packed with tuk tuks. The boat left at 10.30pm. A small ferry. We got some (uncomfortable) seats on the top deck and sat back and watched as the green, Palm-lined world went by. This is the only ...
... never find ourselvee and to hear about his life and to learn more about life in Kollam.
He took us to a private house where ten women work from 7.00am-6.00pm making coir rope from coconut husks for mats. They sort of spin the coconut husks in their hands and then have two long threads of it which they twist together with the help of a third woman and one lady seated at other end to make the coir rope. Then they wind it into a bundle ready ...
... as our internal flight to Delhi has a weight limit of 15kg! My bag is presently 25kg. My first impressions of India are that it has not changed much in thirty years! Maybe more cars and obviously mobile phones but just as extraordinary and dirty. Sunday 21st December Roz did washing, I read and we both recovered from yesterday. Sad discovery has been that Kerela is more or less dry (five star hotels excepted) and we are almost out ...
... we were in a parking lot for truckers and that was the place to relieve one's self. One has always to keep in mind that having a pocketful of Rupees is very nice but pretty much useless in most situations if you do not have small change. The 10, 20, 50 and 100 notes will do but if all you got are 1000 INR notes you bring a lot of frustration upon yourself or whoever is trying to collect his due. So there is a constant search for small change as everything here is dealt ...
... into the shore (and into each other, as one retreated from the shore as another swept in), we heard the whistles of two lifeguards who had appeared. We didn't fancy swimming out further than about 20-30 yards, because the depth varied from knee-deep to neck-deep, even in the shallows. So, we took our hint from the lifeguards and called it a day.
Dinner at the Abba Restaurant was very good (although I had a potato cheese burger, which was a ...