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... We passed numerous lovely lakes ringed by coconut palms. We looked southward to the much calmer (than the Indian Ocean on the tip) turquoise Arabian Sea which was now on our left. The path undulated and wound through peaceful fishing villages and coconut plantations. We were surprised to see so many large Christian churches. Here and there were a Hindu temple or a mosque. People ...
... themselves, I had to leave and just sat in a cafe waiting for the other two with a disappointing milkshake. I needed a run once we got back, paying a visit to Raju again on the way, running past my hair twin whose restaurant we'd eaten at a couple of days before purely because he was so happy that we had the same hair! In the evening Jo fancied pizza so we found a fusion restaurant where I picked out a fish from the stand out front. I am pretty much ...
... some fresh passionfruit which were delicious.
We also saw some ladies making jewellery from banana leaves but as it was a project which had only just started there wasn't any available to buy.
So after 2 days of doing nothing we were ready to get out of there.
A trip to the train station and were were off to Kochi ...
... out a dream of mine while I was here of playing some cricket. We used a palm branch as the bat as they had no sports equipment. These kids love cricket. They had one beaten up old ball which I could see they cherished. Given the opportunity I would have brought more with me. I watched Maya in the playground from a far. I could never see her but she wasn't hard to find. I just had to look for the large huddle of ...
... a few of the kids ran up and wanted photos taken and know my name, they seemed delighted seeing their picture and even though I deleted them afterwards, I showed them their pictures
I eventually got back to my room about 4 am, knackered, hot, sweaty, and I was welcomed by a power cut, there would be no fan tonight (or morning, depends how you look at it)
There was nothing else I could do so it was just to crash out and sweat