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... for us all to sit, we were in their seats. As it was a sleeper train, and they must have reserved the beds, they wanted us to move. Myself and Annie crammed onto one seat, josh and Nai climbed up and sat on a high bunk, whilst the stupid family sprawled out over the whole bottom row. We got pretty uncomfortable so myself and Annie also climbed up to the top bunk, but I swiftly had to get down as there was ...
... would say ranging from mid-twenties to mid-seventies! As for the sexes, female won over male! Seven females and 3 males including Sam!
A dinner at a local restaurant followed where we all had a chance to mingle together, compare notes….and who knows.....probably study one another more closely!
... up to the 2015 Indian National Games which are being held here in Kerala. We wandered through trafficless streets looking for photo opportunities and brief conversations. As the only westerners in town we were made to feel like local celebrities, especially when an Army Officer shouted 'cadets!' and gestured towards us. Almost immediately two youngsters were thrusting balloons into our hands and we were promoted from being onlookers to being legitimised as a part ...
... with dredging. We crossed over to the man made Willingdon Island to head to old Kochi. Had a quick lunch stop at K.R. Bakes for some pastry-like stuff . Big Mama, D1 and Mrs Space Cadet were looking at pastries as the van was pulling in. I yelled out 'the bus is coming' ie buy or leave, the lemmings moving on.
Had a quick shower and down to the lobby for wifi [only works there]. Susie noted Pam was carping about no tv and a small bathroom. ...
... before walking it back. Starving by this point we stopped at a restaurant and had one of my best meals to date. Kerala food is similar to Goan, plenty of boneless fish and prawns, light curry with a thin gravy and hundreds of different flavours. We shared two fish dishes and they tasted completely different. In most other parts of India everything seemed to taste like masala whatever you ordered and although I like it, it got pretty sameish after a while. ...