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... with incredibly smelly feet. Feet that were overhanging every bed and often wafting quite close to your face. I'm not sure if I know anyone with a foot fetish but this, my friends, would be the perfect cure. In my humble opinion feet are never particularly appealing and that is why, anatomically, they are as far away from your face as they can possibly be which is why this was probably our most harrowing journey... but we survived.
In the town we talked ...
... was also on our program. It was a surprise to see that Prince Charles and Camilla had also visited the same place in 2012. First we watched for an hour the two players apply their makeup, then for half an hour one actor demonstrated the various mime poses and we were told what each meant, then for another half hour they actually performed their play. It was all underwhelming, and we wondered what C&C had made of it all. Normally the performance lasts all night, we were happy to be spared from ...
... a 5 day tour around the province of Kerala where we would visited the backwaters, Periyar and Munnar. Upon returning to Fort Kochi after our trip we had 3 days before we flew to Thailand and we didn't do much except eat. Found a great place called The Teapot for breakfast. Inside were hundreds of kettles and tea related memorabilia and it was the only place we had found in India that did a good breakfast. We also had a go at cooking Indian by taking a brilliant cooking class where ...
... we were waiting in front of the main entrance more people started to appear. At least we were the first ones in the line, however, it didnīt help us so much because a few locals just jumped the queue and left us behind. We wanted to be as much kind as we could so we rather didnīt say anything. Since we had some spare time Gonzalo decided to call the bank in which he left his credit card. They responded to his questions and promised to stay in touch with him.
We had to ...
... numerous budget hotels. After asking around at two others, we stayed at maple guest house which cost 485 rupees for a double room (so $4 each). It was basic and we showered via bucket and tap but it was all we needed. Without any wifi access, we woke up the next morning and decided to just go with the information the man told us the previous evening and after eating a masala dosa for breakfast and court having poori bhaji we walked to the main jetty and enquired about ferry ...