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... and we were sticking with what both of us knew - which was walking around the temple 3 times. The little temples with deities inside were in the middle of the temple square and we couldn't go there, so it was all very confusing... In the evening we went out for my birthday celebration dinner as there were no decent restaurants on the day of my birthday or since then. This was the restaurant that we already went to twice before and that served the ...
... s head cook, Ambiga. Her cabbage thorin, moong daal and beetroot batcheri are cooked in coconut oil, flavoured with heaps of mustard and cumin seeds and salt, and stems of fresh curry leaves.
In the evening we revisit the Kathakali Cultural Centre for a demonstration of Kathakali dance. The performers are having their makeup applied on the stage as we enter, the lead dancer having card strips glued to his cheeks. Following ...
... are demonstrated in traditional styles. We initially wanted to go to the Kerala Kathakali Centre to see the same show but she insisted that we should definitely go to the Greenix Village because this was supposed to be the oldest performance of this kind in Kochi, the original one. After a few minutes we were defeated by her excellent persuading skills and bought tickets to the Greenix Village directly from her.
The show started at 18.00 and lasted one hour, nevertheless, ...
... churches, a synagogue, a Dutch cemetery, a few small museums, and quaint streets to be too impressive. I managed a really good lunch at a swanky boutique hotel named Malabar House and enjoyed watching fishermen use the s-called Chinese fishing nets along shore to catch seafood, called such because the age-old technology allegedly came from China.
Kerala's best known art form is Kathakali, a dramatized presentation of a ...
... we quickly decided to find a shopping mall with air-conditioning and then walk through the markets in the afternoon. We headed to M.G road and found a mall with a super market and a few shops. We spent about an hour looking in the supermarket and being shocked at how cheap everything was, especially some brands we have at home like shampoos and face washes. If only I had room in my bag I would stock up in the cheap things, but my suitcase is already 20kg. It was a good ...