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... Kerala and is known for its backwaters. It houses a 400 year old synagogue, ancient mosques, portuguese houses and crumbling remains of the British Raj. We stayed in Fort Kochi which is the historical town and feels packed full of culture. We stayed in our first ever home stay here , i can definitely say this will be our last, the owners were lovely but extremely over bearing, I understand that they were only trying to welcome us and accommodate us, but it felt very pressured ...
... an incredible experience to just stumble upon. After that I was SO glad we went with them. It was totally worth while...and such an awesome memory. We headed back to fort cochin and walked around in all the markets and got some wifi (yay) and then watched the sunset on the beach. Probably the most beautiful sunset I have seen thus far and I've seen lots! The whole sky was lite pink and we all sat and wrote in the sand as it set. Such an amazing way to end the day.
... for "good bay." In the 17th century it transferred into British hands, and began to prosper as a trading port, particularly for opium. Bombay boomed in the 1860s due to the opening of the Suez Canal and the American Civil War. The effect of the Suez Canal is obvious, the Civil War, not so much. But the Civil War created a demand for Indian cotton when the North blockaded southern ports preventing ...
... lesson. I read the title aloud: respect of law and read the corresponding story which spoke of a ladies only carriage on a train. A group of men came in this carriage and started smoking and one of the women stood up and tole the men what they were doing was wrong and to respect the law. The rowdy kids I began the story with turned quiet and interested in the story, or perhaps my accent.. But following the story I asked them questions about the ...
... flights at different times and Indian port authority! So people started arriving in the morning and the watchleaders showed them to their bunks and I started signing everyone on board. I had done this before and found it very hard work, checking their details, their bunks, which watch they were in, giving them name badges and collecting passports, this time I had a very helpful cadet Nicole to help and it seemed to go much smoother. Of course there were no passports ...