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... nan and 2 beers for £15. All along the seafront there were fishermen selling their catch which you could then take to another stall where they would cook it for you. Offered to take a photo for an Indian family and they wanted us to be in their picture. Will explore ...
... chilly mango and wild rice on a banana leaf was also delightful. Best day so far.
A note here for most random person I've met thus far on this trip - David from Galicia in Spain, who accosted / followed me to my guesthouse in Alleppey, then didn't stop talking all afternoon about this and that, and was seemingly pretty excited for the backwater tour. He then disappeared at 5pm with instructions from this Russian bloke about where ( a hotel something or ...
Arriving in the southern state of Kerala, in a small town called Fort Cochin, gave us the opposite experience of culture shock. The south is much wealthier than the north, a result of its involvement in the Middle East's oil and construction industries. The main industry in the north is tourism. Another major difference between the north and south is that the primary external cultural influence on the north was Muslim, by way of various conquerors of the Hindus, while ...
... chat with the other volunteers about their days and random topics over dinner before resting after exhausting days in the heat and humidity that is Kerala. Today we taught the 3rd standard class from their English social studies textbook about multiculturalism. I had them repeating multicultural means means many cultures and they seemed to understand the concept very well when I gave them verbal comprehension - we discussed the many ...
Since I had arrived in India I had spent all my time in Bangalore and had not yet experienced the other delights that India had to offer. So with the arrival of my friend Shuli Rawson, it was time to leave the confines of the hotel and five star meals and experience India!
This came in the form a short flight to Fort Cochin. Given the lateness I booked my flight (twelve hours before) my only option to fly was business class. Surprisingly the flight was only ...