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... scene of the navy dredging for the body of a lady I got to paddle the boat like a pro and go see some local villages and rice paddys. Lisa and I must have been tremendous craic as the next morning Jessy had quit her job in Allepy and was heading on the bus to Kochi with us. It was nice having 2 experienced travellers with me for these few days to help laugh off situations like a homestay owner taking us 10 mins out of town to see a room that had one ...
... however spelled] for dessert. Discrete jokes about group members and some music trivia were the order of the day for the B Team. Must ask Lucas about karaoke options for the last two sets of places .
Back up for a nightcap. Asked which of the other gals would not need a mask for Halloween. The obvious number was six ie all of them, Ray coming around to agreeing with me.
A bit more lobby wifi, giving up to fatigue before 2300.
... and friendly till he turned to Justin and said 'So tell me, how is my favourite woman, Margaret Thatcher?'. He was met with a stoney silence. Finally Justin replied with a smile that she probably didn't't have long to go and then proceeded to list the reasons why she wasn't so popular back home. Richard's easy smile dropped, he made his excuses, moved seats and didn't speak to us for the rest of the journey. The journey was a scenic but ...
... which seem to date from some time in the 19th century. Very scenic though!
Today we've mainly been recovering from last night's travelling; we only arrived back in Kochi at 2 in the morning. With only a few days left before heading to Nepal we've decided we should make the most of the warm weather and tasty food over the next few days. With a bit of medicine thrown in...obviously!
love love love BBBB xxxx
... the home of his elderly parents. This temple area was Johns special place where he could sit and reflect.
Arriving onto Johns land, we first passed the servants quarters, and then there was his grand and stylish bungalow, with large verandah, and then there was Emily, a fellow couchsurfer, sitting outside the house mending a bicycle puncture. Emily, a fellow Britisher, was cycling around the world raising money for Oxfam and had already been touring South ...