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... was to suppress your ego. Removing your shoes made everyone equal. If the president were to come and worship, he would be standing on the same ground as other people in the house and they would be equal. We sat and watched people worshiping for a bit. Then we went outside and there was a large pool of water where people could step down into and wash their feet then throw the water over their heads. The water looked rather dirty so I passed on the washing. But there were fish in ...
... yes the long way round! Looking forward to seeing Rahjastan area, will be a lot more people, and evidently quite different to south India. The city of Jaipur is expecting to double its population in the next ten years. India has population of one point two five billion, a very young population, 75% under 35, 50% under25. So developing infrastructure crucial, for example currently 26 metro systems being built. Saw the one in Kochi, quite a massive ...
... print and also a flowing kaftan. Other things caught my eye but they could wait as I'd just started my travels. We proceeded to head back and stopped off at another stall to purchase a handful of postcards, all on a theme of the Hindu gods. Beautifully illustrated scenes from the scriptures. I lost count who was who as Sam & the shop keeper tried to tell me their names & how they were related. Reminds me I must get a book on Hindu gods ...
... After a 7 hour stopover in Dubai yawn, we boarded our next flight bound for India!! We arrived in Kochin which is in the state of Kerala in the South determined to get to Fort Kochi (where we were staying) via public bus. We persevered with this and somehow worked out which bus we needed to get. It was surprisingly non-crowded and peaceful here. Our hostel, The Vedanta Wake Up, was in a great location near the famous Chinese fishing nets. Here we met some ...
... ferry across to Fort Cochin island which is about 15-20 minute ferry ride. Queuing for a ferry ticket there is 2 lines one for men and one for women separated only by a thin piece of rope and then at the ticket office window they get served by the same person. At the same window. Can't quite see the logic in this but the women's queue was smaller so Emma got the ticket in half the time. And it cost a staggering 4p ...