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... Vipin Island to visit Cherai Beach which was far cleaner and far more isolated than the one at Fort Kochi, even if the desertion gives it a bit of a run down feeling. The restaurant we used gave a feeling of a run down Butlins resort despite the heat and Palm trees.
We took the 4p ferry to Ernakulam town where Zoe tried ...
... houses, and mostly men did the ironing in a big open room with about 20 ironing positions. The one lady ironer hefted an enormous iron full of coconut charcoal. It was so heavy I could hardly lift it. Then he took us to a ginger warehouse, where ginger was dried and packed for export. And then, the inevitable happened, we ended up in front of a shop, where for every passenger he brought along he got a voucher for half a litre of fuel. I weakened and agreed to have a look, ...
... ten minutes later by Jeezu and some brown mud ! I lay on a plastic sheet on my bed and the mud is applied to the muscles on either side of my spine from hips to shoulder blade. After about five minutes it starts to get really warm as it dries and my skin starts to sweat but only on my back, the rest of my body is cool. I am left to cook for an hour before the mud is removed and I can finally take my shower. Jijo comes to see me and asks was the stretching he did my shoulders ok. ...
... period, drifting along in a "Conde Nast Traveller" style houseboat, waited on hand and foot with exotic Indian foods and endless chilled Cloudy Bay. However on arrival in Kerala we quickly had to abandon this notion as nights on a house boat were starting at 15,000 Rupee excluding Cloudy Bay. So today we were settling for 7 hour organised tour of the famous Backwaters. Genuinely, I can't be bothered to write up the experience. But as this is a record for us of our journey as much as ...
... almost immediately that we could not stay.
We purchased an hour of internet in the sweltering, left-for-dead internet room, and booked another two nights at our newest old home, The Casino Hotel, on Willingdon Island, from within whose hallowed and freshly-painted walls I'm updating you now. We got the same rate as before, and then headed to our (sandy) twin beds.
The next morning, we got a tuk-tuk auto rickshaw to take us ...