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Greetings from a place about 30kms south of Kozhikode. A very brief update as I'm in need of food and am worn out - it's been a tiring day with a couple of memorable incidents. Still, I'm fit and well and have survived ...
As I'm sure you'd have guessed, the toilets weren't up to much, it was basically a hole that emptied it's contents directly onto the tracks. (British ones do the same by the way, but by using a western style toilet people think that it's somehow sterilized and disposed of properly...it isn't.).
it was the sheer amount of people using these facilities that were causing the foul smells. Sometimes, after food had been served and when we ...
... screams out my name. We embrace a long and loving time, as I we are brothers reunited over many years. Naturally...of course....we ARE. A smaller man with dark hair disappears out the back gate. It's JuJu gone to get the car. It is a two hour drive to Kannur from Calicut. Ratjit and JuJu drove in yesterday evening and slept in the car so as not to be rushed with traffic and miss my arrival. I am...amazed. ...
... cover more distance - this guy is a visionary. Everytime we took a detour, there was a moan :-)
On the way we spotted some boys playing football at Ponnani so we thought we'd join in. It seemed they had a different idea - they wanted to play "with" ashish, instead of "alongwith" ashish. So they kept passing the ball, with ashish trying to take possession. Once he figured out he was being made the "beech ka bandar", it was ...
... and the high range of travellers to.
I was in this city for the wedding of a sister's friend, and the climate was really nice, as it was early April. We did have an occasional shower or two. That did really cool off the temperatures a bit.
The cool breeze from the Arabian Sea also did help in reducing the mercury. Travellers are advised to carry mosquito repellants, as there are a significant number of ...