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... so much more beautiful if the trash could be used in a positive way. As I mentioned, nearly everyone wears plastic flip-flops or sandals. These cheap shoes don't last and with so many people living here, old shoes create a problem. Plastic, from water bottles, to toys, accounts for most of the garbage. As we waited for flight in Frankfurt, we read an article about garbage in the New York Times. According to the story, garbage is a huge problem - but India is ...
... not tomorrow!
There is a lovely English lady called Diana staying at our Homestay and we've chatted over breakfast the last few days. She owns a yoga ashram at Kovalam Beach, just out of Trivandrum and she is having a break in Fort Kochi for a few days.
By the time we left the breakfast table it was time for lunch, so we took a tuk tuk to a nice arty cafe she had discovered. After that we decided to ...
... with the sound of the sea at the end of the garden lapping against the rocks, while Vicky tried to overcome the jet lag. Mid afternoon we decided to make our way over to the fort, so got a rickshaw (Indian name for tuk tuk) over to the harbour. Strolling around we took in the ambience by the huge Chinese fishing nets, market stall holders and coconut sellers before meeting a tout called Chuppy who drew us into his street side cafe for some lunch. We had paneer butter masala ...
... time to walk around instead of going to another place. Our guide led us over to the spice shop and then we had free time until 4:30 when we were supposed to meet back up to head to a cultural show.
Kochi is known for their spices. There were spice shops everywhere you turned. I wound up buying some pretty knobs that were nice and inexpensive and I figured I could make some sort of craft out of it for me and Shannon back home. I'm sure I'll find some sort of use ...
... two German lads who have appeared with large backpacks. We suggest they stash them on our top bunk for now and we will have to store luggage in the middle foot area at night. At this point the ticket inspector arrives demanding to know whose luggage is stashed under the side berth. Not ours we say, pointing at our bags. The two Indians look at each other furtively, get up and disappear into thin air. A little later, when the ticket guy has gone they sneak back ...