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... us a little time at the hotel before promising to come back and help those who wanted to catch the ferry. I spent the time trying to post the brass Ganesh back home. I went to the post office with the statue that was wrapped by the guy who sold it to me. The clerk looked at me sceptically, and told me it had to be a cube shape, but fussed with it non-committedly for 15 mins, trying to shape it into a ...
... relocated back to Lisbon. Vasco apparently used Cochin as his base.
iv) Kathakali dancing - a very ancient form of dancing which has story telling as its central motive. We saw this in a very small (air-conditioned) theatre. This created some respite for us, as the weather was stifling. So humid here, you perspire and yet never dry out.
We conclude our day late: make a 2 hour road trip south to Kumarakom. A surprise pending.
... into the rising tide. The fishermen then pull the nets out aided by counterweights in the form of large rocks tied to the ropes. As they move up and down, the nets resemble large insects dipping their heads in the water. On our way home tonight we stopped to watch fisherman empty their catch from a boat. Large king fish lay on the sidewalk, and squid filled several baskets. We had seafood for dinner tonight, and you know it had to be ...
... Training can take ten years and requires two hours practise each day to retain the fitness required.
Kathakali also became established about the Twelfth Century and is a dramatised presentation of a play usually based on the Hindu epics, the Ramayana, the Mahabharata and the Puranas. All the great themes are covered – righteousness and evil, frailty and courage, war and peace.
Preparation is a complex and intense process involving face ...
... fresh fish. Having not had any chai for a week we popped into a little shop with Abu for a cup of chai. Jimmy and Andy the photographers went down the road and ended up playing football with the locals and Jono and I were spotted by some local children and I went across to talk to them. As usual it was initially the young girls who were the most confident, asking our names, where we came from telling us their names, letting us know that they go to ...