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... dal was really flavourful as was the egg plant masala. None of it came with too much sauce and the coconut rice was fried with coconut pieces. All was cooked in coconut oil and left us craving more. We saw cooking classes were available and enquired on leaving. The class was rs800 each and I was, with the delicious taste of the meal still lingering in my mouth, very keen to participate. We knew we would be back so we left it for the time ...
... there are hundreds of stalls selling clothing, jewelry, and other "stuff" to tourists. There are also many stalls selling fresh fish. There are many more women in Kochi than we saw in the north. One reason is Kochi is a popular destination for newly married couples. Some of the brides have beautiful and complicated patterns made from henna on their hands and arms. The brides also wear many bracelets on their arms. Writing their names with a heart in between, on the sandy beach ...
... He was walking towards our homestay, along the edge of the road, past the old parade ground, which is were all the young males play cricket and football. I had just gone to the shop to collect some bottled water, when I got back to the room, he was slighty shaken but as also amused. A young man on a motor bike had been so engrossed in the cricket game, that he caught Jim's arm as he went past. It swung him right round, Jim shouted out and all he got back was a head ...
... 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!
Today, awoken by the dawn chorus, music from the temple, cockerels, the gentle sound of houseboats leaving their moorings all tempered by various boat staff and locals bathing in the river and hocking their guts up........ This accompanied our breakfast of rice cakes filled with coconut and cardamom accompanied by banana in warm milk with sugar and cumin. With this gentle process of achieving consciousness we were then informed that we would arrive at the dock in 30 ...