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... scenery seem nicer when viewed with sunshine in the background. Don read this paragraph and he told me that he doesn't think it was that bad in the north - what a great example of how everyone has a different opinion of the same event. I can't reflect on this country without mentioning the garbage, again. Honestly, I don't know how to solve the problem, or even if the people of India believe they have a problem. From my biased western perspective, the country ...
Today is the day that Hamish (our nephew) and Brittany (his American fiancÚ) got married in Queenstown, NZ (see photo of the happy couple).
Today is also Australia Day and India Day (they don't get a public holiday), although tomorrow is a general strike day in Kerala and no shops, restaurants or cafes will be open and no taxis or tuk tuks available.
We were lucky that our flight goes out tonight at ...
... for the next few days. Vick then went to bed and I had a little Skype time before passing out myself. The next morning we took the plunge and ordered a local breakfast of dosa and curry, which although was a little heavy for the morning, I thought it was pretty good! Although this is where Vicky realised that she didn't agree with Indian breakfast... Though little did she know she would be stuck with it for a little while yet. We spent many lazy hours in the hammocks on ...
... to say shalom to me.
We walked through Jew town to the synogauge.
The town was so cute I absolutely loved it, I feel like I could shop here for days. We took off our shoes and headed inside. I wish I could have taken pictures of how beautiful it was. There were so many lights and lanterns hanging from the ceiling it was so colorful. The ark was pretty too. It would have been really cool to attend a service there.
Everyone agreed that we ...
... loads of folk getting on but because our compartment (designed for six) already has two Indian men in it who have claimed all the luggage space. Obligingly they move their parcels (huge oblongs of white sacking tied up with rope) around and space is made for our two larger pieces of wheeled luggage. We chuck our day packs and small overnight bag onto the top bunk. The men move over so we can sit down. OK, that's four of us sorted, now what are we going to do ...