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... causing a lot of damage to sea life. Very green! At the same time, there was motorbike scrambling on the beach...not very green!
The streets are crammed with TucTucs and scooters, all driven by young men, women are much less visible in the streets.
The next day, New Year's Eve, I went off to have an Ayerverdic head and body massage at a centre just round the corner from our hotel. My masseuse was a very petite young woman, who made me feel like a giant. ...
... utilise it as I shuffled past shop keepers, rickshaw drivers and men running out of restaurants, thrusting menus at me. It's actually not too bad here, certainly not as bad as the north, but when you're oozing sweat (and oozing is the only appropriate way to lose fluid in this kind of humidity) from every pore and you just want to get to your guest house and stick your head under ...
... scenes. Huge trees (some kind of tropical fig maybe?) spread their branches over the streets, and ruptured the asphalt with their roots. Little lanes and alleyways held coffee shops and boutique hotels, while the main roads buzzed with tuk tuks and motorbikes. The waterfront was adorned with giant fishing nets, and also an awful amount of rubbish. Swimming at Kochi was a definite no-no for me, but plenty of locals were jumping in.
... that really made an impact on me. "I am" asked the question "what is wrong with the world" and at the end luckily "what is right with it". Both answers can be gotten from the title. The other one was "water" and how water has memory. If you have a dull moment or some time to spare I can highly recommend these two. They certainly changed my view... After lecture, the day follows more or less the same as the morning and finishes with satsang at 8. Bedtime is 22:30...by that ...
... to work off all the DELICIOUS celebration food! ;)
The week following the wedding was also punctuated with shopping for local clothing (we love the styles and fabrics here, which are attractive, comfortable, and cool and breezy in this climate of high heat and humidity), exchanging culture (Nick donned George's dad's hat from the Indian state of Rajasthan and learned some yoga poses while George's dad tapped his toes to the gentle beats and melodies of Jack ...