Hotel Fort Queen
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... be a tradition. We also saw many families. We spent the morning exploring Fort Kochi, the old part of the city. There are many beautiful buildings in this area, including "bungalows" built by the British. These bungalows are very large and very expensive. According to Sanjay, the ownership of these homes is usually passed from one generation to the next. If they do come up for sale, they are sold by auction. In the afternoon, Don and I went with another member of our group to ...
Up early again and by now with all the early starts me and Kirsty were totally wipped out, Dad and Kate on the other hand appear superhuman and never need any sleep while Dan just seems to be able to pass out anywhere and sleep at will. Today was elephant washing watching and waterfall viewing. We got an early taxi to the river to wait for the elephants to arrive with a lot of other tourists. The elephants arrived, one of them was massive and they ...
... to try on Cramster riding pants and buy a pair too. A pair of Cramster gloves and a SOL helmet later, it was time to leave the store before I spent more money. I was behaving like a kid who goes to a toy store to buy a specific toy but once he is at the store, he wants to buy everything.
What surprised me more than my behavior at the store, was that quite a few people came and bought riding jackets while ...
... locals threw us sympathetic looks and apologies as he determinedly accompanied us along the road chatting gibberish. Today we travelled by boat to my first and India's most famous ashram, Amritapuri. This is primarily because it looks like a giant pink council estate and secondly because the ashram guru is Amma the 'hugging mother'. En route to the ashram I had another first - my first thali. It was simple but not as bad or as spicy as expected, the ...
... the guy rode off on his bike. A couple of the guys playing cricket had seen it happen, and ran and tackled the biker, making him return to apologize. They had seen it all happen, and said to him"what will this gentleman think of us Keralans? You have to apologize to him, see if he is all right" A very nervous young man was escorted to make his apologies, they even wanted to report it to the police, but Jim said he was OK. They thought it was not how a Keralan should act, and if ...