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... before it would be deactivated), I'm now on my way to the unknown.
By recommendation from the foreign currency exchange I'm with my driver heading to fort Cochin to find a homestay for a few days.
Actually I think my non English driver has already called ahead somewhere.
Incredible India you are ...
... in a rooftop restaurant. The food was amazing and we had a starter, main and even desert! We went to a bar afterwards where everyone had a bar, and me and Annie got stuck with Pudding! He told us his depressing life story, and also said that everyone thought that Nai was dressed inappropriately, so we told her and she was pretty upset. (Only to find out later on that he had lied and it was his problem! We hate pudding). We then walked home in the rain and went to ...
... garlanded with giant billboards many with their fabric or plastic posters hanging in tatters from the metal frameworks over which they were once stretched.
Happily, Old Cochin where we will stay is charming and colourful and a working fishing town. With Dutch, Portuguese and British colonial histories ranging back over many centuries the European influences are clear to see in the hotchpotch architecture that defies exact identification. What ...
... arrival we spoke to the client services manager who made Jason a patient ID card and within 5 minutes we were in seeing a friendly Russian-trained doctor, who initially appeared to be more interested in our holiday than Jason's condition, but he eventually got to the point and did a thorough examination. Jason's pulse rate was quite low, roughly mid 40's so the doctor ordered a blood test to clear him of Enteric Fever and within 2 hours the results came it. ...
... Kathakali Center to see another performance (Indian Classical Dance). While looking for a good place to eat we passed by the Santa Cruz Basilica.
Santa Cruz Basilica was built as church by the Portuguese and elevated to a cathedral in 1558. It was spared by the Dutch conquerors who destroyed many Catholic buildings. Later the British demolished the structure and commissioned a new building in 1887. Consecrated in 1905, Santa Cruz was proclaimed a Basilica by the Pope John Paul II in ...