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... from a famous play in this 400 year old art form. We decided to take a tour of kochi with a rickshaw driver caller 'Hari' who we met after arriving in Kochi. We decided to forgo any visits to temples, churches or palaces in favour of seeing how the locals lived (we have seen more than our fair share of historical buildings thus far). We were shown a hand laundry where all the local businesses such as hotels and restaurants sent their laundry to be done. The laundry was ...
... the only guests at our guesthouse, spending our time reading, catching up on sleep and wandering the beach, watching the fishermen come in with their squid and the locals' nightly soccer tournament - the Brazil-ed up team were the runaway winners, beating the
rest of the worlds hands down. Let's see if that's any omen for the real thing!
... a cool evening. I woke up the next day and decided I wanted to explore Goa so organised a taxi to take me to the tropical spice plantation which was so awesome. Arrived to some Indian dancers and chai tea before being taken on a tour of the plantation. The tour involved visiting various spices, herbs, fruits etc before having a lunch with an English couple I met. Was ...
... and listened to Indian popular music on the rooftop veranda with Debra, her husband and several fellow travelers late into the evening last night. Took a cooking class today. Tonight we'll go back to the clifftop and probably eat at our favorite spot, a Tibetan restaurant that has fabulous food. Tomorrow we head north a couple of hours to Alleppey where we will sty for a couple of days and probably hire a houseboat for a day and night in the Keralan backwaters.
... as a result of food that has been walked up and down the aisle in an open tray protected occasionally by clingwrap. There was also the man selling what he claimed to be a kg of cashew nuts fro 300Rs - which I politely declined firstly because I could never consume a kg of them and secondly because I saw a small caterpillar crawling out of the bag! Also whenever we pull up at a train station (at least one per hour) there is a plethora of food available (including chai at any ...