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... six years to learn these movements and it certainly pays off- the feature at the start of the show where these are introduced to the audience was quite amazing. Their eyes must seriously ache.
Next, we boarded an early bus to Alleppey and it was another memorable journey- the driving was frankly hilarious this time such was the disinterest to anyone's safety on or anywhere near the knackered old Tata coach. Driving at breakneck speed on the wrong side of the road whilst ...
... festival days/bank holidays, a municipal strike, mishaps involving broken down/crashed vehicles, monsoons, reports of rabid dogs and demands for various things by local people, there was generally a feeling of disorder and chaos and I was surprised to find that I had still neutered more than 70 dogs by the end of the two weeks. All completely successful as far as I know but releasing them back on the streets 24 hours after fairly major surgery is worrying for any vet used to working ...
... escaping from the winter up north and European backpackers enjoying unsullied beaches and tropical forests. All the clothes I brought seemed to be heavy and constricting for a beach atmosphere. I bought a thin polyester beach shift and a gauzy cotton shirt. I let my skin sweat under the sun and the Indian ocean waves wash away the heat. I felt the restrictions and inhibitions melt away because the beach town was not really India. India permitted this beach (and all of Goan ...
... ignoring the sign that states 'no luggage in lift'...what's all that about? We suspect it's an irate resident as it is quite odd having a hotel in a residential apartment block. On the ground floor the security guy helps with the luggage, prods awake a taxi driver who is lying asleep on the back seat of his car with both doors open, and with fare agreed, we speed through the empty streets to the central railway station. We arrive in good time for our ...
... sanitation. Most are migrant labourers and their families who have moved to Goa to provide cheap labour to the construction industry and set up make shift basic settlements and slums near the 5 star hotel they are building (which they are then unceremoniously evicted from once building is complete). India has an ambitious space programme too but the majority of its population still live in poverty. It does give you an insight into what rapid development ...