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... I actually dislike it a lot, but I will keep travelling here, because there are so many wonderfully interesting things to see all over the world and shorts weigh less than jeans.
We went by private mini-bus so we could stop along the way and take in the sights. We visited a small waterfall, a church in a tea plantation, and had lunch at a private spice garden that had ...
... tells us that there’s no hope of anyone getting an allocated seat. "It’s everyone for themselves!" she warns. However, we are duly led to the front of the queue and allowed to board first, with front row seats on the upper deck – essentially the best seats in the house. God knows how much extra we’ve paid for the privilege, but when we see some of the overloaded boats beside us, we’re grateful whatever the cost, especially as we’re all forced to ...
... meal. And to finish this coconut feast, we had pancake rolls stuffed with grated coconut and palm sugar. That was a true celebration of Keralian food. Next day we slept till about midday and then pretty much did the same thing we did the evening before - ate amazing food and strolled around the town. Viv was loving the passing ships - various shapes and types sailing through the narrow channel next to the shore. I ...
We are spending three nights in Periya wildlife preserve in the Cardamon Hills in Kerala. This place is all about the animals, so if you were hoping for more stories about the gods and goddesses, you'll just have to wait for another day. At 6 pm not only does the park close, but they lock the fence around the lodge where we are staying. Elephants are the big concern, but tigers are as well. ...
... roads. One side and sad story is the fact that apparently there are only 7 Jews people left in Kochi since the young ones had gone back to Israel. Very soon they will be extinguished. Another short walk to the Portuguese/Dutch Palace, Matanchery Palace, originally built in 1557 by the Portuguese, renovated by the Dutch in 1663 and later presented to the local Prince. Currently the Palace is wonderful little museum with astonishing paintings and murals (some from the epic ...
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