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... Kanyakamuri, a feat to have reached the furthest southerly point.
We needed to exit from the capital Thrivvandrum, and headed to the bus station waiting in anticipation for ur bus in the hope it wasn't going to be rammed full. Thankfully it wasn't and we were able to get a relatively comfortable journey to the tip. Though it was a public holiday which resulted in traffic congestion and the trip took about 3 1/2 hours rather than the expected 2.
... go on we realise that the two girls have been having a completely different Indian experience. High class hotels, no local food, private vehicles and no walking. I can't help, but be a little bit judgemental of their choice to come to India in the first place.
Having said that the boys are keen to party and do drugs. So not all of our values line up. But anyone who appreciates spicy food holds a special place in my ...
... all so interesting. Each meal, I had to explain to our waiter that due to her religion she needed to help, in some way, in the preparation of the meal. Sometimes she would turn the fire on, or splash the oil in the pot. She explained to me that it is part of her religion that a Jewish person must take some part in the cooking of every single meal. Although my English was better then hers, often it took longer to explain the predicament to the staff then ...
... So back to the room of doom tried to sleep very loud tv from the neighbours hot with loud ceiling fan, and to top it of Emma got ill. Nearly sick but wasn't. And a bit of a sleepless night and I got bit to buggery from mozzies!.
Will try n add some picture when we get a Internet cafe but it's a lot of aggro to plug a camera into a computer and try uploading pictures that take ages to upload every other day, so bare with us ...
... struggled to get her attention most times. We crossed the river on the last little boat before sunset and met a lovely couple from Somerset on their honeymoon, and a Turkish American lady who'd sacked in her job as a fashion designer for Prada to travel. They were all going to Kerala too, but catching the night bus to a different destination than where our train was headed. As we all had time to kill we shared a couple of tuk tuks to Hospet, and ate dinner together. We all ...