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... garden and lots of tropical trees and went for a stroll around the very nice large houses of the area.
We then went by car to visit two big temples as it is Harvest Festival Day. The first temple was built by a wealthy businessman and is only ten years old. The second one is an old traditional temple. They were both beautiful in their own ways.
... now Kolkata) or just unpronounceable. Trivandrum is now officially "Thiruvananthapuram." In all our time in Kerala we never once heard a single person refer to their 7 voweled, 18 lettered capital city in its full form, and any attempt by us to say it just resulted in us vibrating in an Indian accent.
Our arrival at this large and busy train station was quite a little drama. With all our luggage resembling a travelling circus we’ve been hiring a ...
Taxi to the airport at 6:30am (early start). Met Amanda and Sophie from Australia on our flight. Cool girls that were our age. I bought a new book - From Dhongri to Dubai. It's about the mafia in Mumbai from the 50s onwards and focuses on Dawood Ibrahim, a notorious don who resided or resides in Dubai and still runs a lot of mafia operations. Shamik told me an Indian mafia boss lived in Dubai when I was there and we drove ...
... turns out to be Welsh and is cabin crew for Monarch. And very very gay. Just what was needed to brighten up another long journey. After a quick chat of which I got to say 1 word to Grants 81 words we worked out that we were both heading for resorts next to each other on the South coast of Sri Lanka and therefore we'd travel down together. We were already on the same flight and so decided we'd get a bus from the airport to the Capital Colombo, a train to the ...
... to the Indo-Aryan languages, such as Hindi, spoken in the rest of the country. As a rule, throughout the South, English is better understood than Hindi. The Tamils, in particular, have resented Delhi's occasional attempts to impose Hindi on them, and many will find it offensive if you try to talk to them in Hindi. Outside Tamil Nadu, Hindi is still usable as all educated people will have learnt Hindi in school, though it is not widely spoken in rural ...