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... Thayyam theatre face-painting.
The first floor shares masks, headdresses and costumes used for traditional dance. Those for Kathakali can weigh 60kg, with the makeup taking two hours to apply. In the centre of the room is a sale of part of the collection; with no government funding, the non-profit making trust that runs the museum does all it can to raise income.
The top floor is a magnificent theatre where pre-booked performances are held. The roof ...
After a fairly uneventful few days at Nirvana beach we were well and truly recharged. How much more could we relax and roll back and forth in a hammock... No much more! We left for the province of Kerala, our first stop here was Kochi. Kerala is known as god's country. Why? Because it is bloody spectacularly beautiful. They grow every spice, tea and coffee known to man and are famous for the great job they do.
We had a pleasant ...
... time, that has to be a bonus. Lol I know have orange fingernails and green toenails. Just a bit of fun. While I was walking to lunch a flat drop truck drove past me with 2 motorcycles laying down and 2 guys with blood al over them. I was aghast until I realised it was a procession showing you the risks if you have an accident. There were some learner cars behind also advertising. I have seen quite a few ...
... it was any better, but instead of getting better the rubbish just seemed to get worse. We were a bit dissapointed so headed back for the evening and went to a local resturant for some good curry. We messaged Rory and Vic the place we were staying in the hope that they would come meet us as we wernt really fans of this area and needed some good ...
When we first arrived at the airport it was so strange, it was almost like being in another country with no one harassing us to help with bags or trying to blag us with tours etc. it was clean smelt nice and palm trees everywhere. Once we arrived onto the island we were staying Jesus was EVERYWHERE... Yes Jesus. We was a little freaked out and thought it was a Christian community, but later realised it was fine, phew! That night there ...