Hotel City Plaza 17
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... with a bike as I have in other places.
I do get the stares! And as I say I smile back and usually say hi. This turns slack jaws into big smiles and engagement! "What country?!", "What is your good name?", "Ah Canada! It is a great country!" EVERYBODY loves Canada!!
I had an 'extended' conversation with an older hotel owner...
I asked him his age
"Fifty five!" He said
"Wow!" I said, "Fifty five! And you still have dark hair!"
He said, ...
... I refuse to take it. She does not understand why but gets the message that I am not having any more and goes away. Jijo comes to see me with his peacemaker's hat on. I explain to him how I am feeling and that I am again considering whether or not I should go home early. It is not his fault and he sees my frustration is not a personal attack on his efforts but I also make it clear that I want no further contact with the doctor as I believe he is not truly interested ...
... they seem to have this idea that westerners wear sunglasses all the time...even inside...in the dark...) Not satisfied with simply looking at a monument or statue, they insist on clambering all over it, generally grinding their hips and screaming while their friends take photos. In the more natural spots such as waterfalls, they all insist on striping down to their underwear which is general pants so small at the front, they look like ...
... two buses to get, one to Cochin (aka Kochi) and then one on to Munnar. It worked out quite well time wise and we arrived in Munnar at about 9p.m. The buses here in India seem to be quicker than the train, and now that we've done a few we know why. They choose whether they are going to stop for you or not depending on how they are feeling. They drive it on the limit everywhere they go, overtaking tuk tuks, lorries and even cars. If they get to a destination within time, ...
... harvest, the fish have become quite big, so the farmer is able to make a bit of money out of this unexpected bounty. Sounds a bit weird - a fishing industry in a rice field - but it does happen.
We returned to the main house where Mr Gopa's wife had been busy making dinner for all of us, and very nice it was I might add. Feeling well fed and watered, we said our goodnights and returned to our respective houses. A very pleasant day. ...