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... thousands of people through to Thrissur to watch the procession. There are not only the tigers dancing. They are following enormous panorama scenes from the Hindu scriptures. We plunge into the crowds and have delightful conversations with other onlookers as we await the start of the procession.
Some of us sit in shaded chairs, but others press the flesh and get closer to the action for better photos. It is really hard ...
... curry. We had pineapple for afters and a great supply of coffee. After breakfast we attempted to book our flights to no prevail. We asked Nais dad to book them for us, and set off for the day. We started walking to the Dutch palace and saw amazing, and strange things along the way. It took us a while to get there as we kept getting distracted by people carrying heavy packages on their heads, spice markets and art galleries. We then arrived at the Dutch palace we had ...
... and we were sticking with what both of us knew - which was walking around the temple 3 times. The little temples with deities inside were in the middle of the temple square and we couldn't go there, so it was all very confusing... In the evening we went out for my birthday celebration dinner as there were no decent restaurants on the day of my birthday or since then. This was the restaurant that we already went to twice before and that served the ...
... her bills to the company, and she is protesting to the government. I loved her. We also visited the fish markets. I had to take pics of the lobsters. We saw the Chinese Fish ing nets that the city is famous for. They work on leverage. My dad always says you can move anything with leverage. These nets allowed them to bring up tons of fish with just a few men. After watching the skills of Chinese Fishing net, here in Fort Kochi, we moved towards our ...
... covered in dead mosquitoes. The walls of the room were covered in dirt and they had to walk barefoot through a dirty kitchen to access the dirty shower. When we met up with the girls afterwards, their faces were so pale, we'd thought they'd just seen a ghost! The following day we travelled to the next town of Allaphuzza (aka Allepey) known as the main access point to the 900km stretch of Keralan backwaters. When we arrived we inspected a few houseboats and decided on a ...