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... was wrung out. In the north it was primarily men we saw doing the washing, and in the south it was the women. Saris and lungis are ideal to wash in this manner as they are basically just meters of cloth. At home being a vegetarian is not "mainstream", but in India the vast majority of people are vegetarians. I really enjoyed the food we ate during our month in India, but I found it interesting that I craved a "western" style meal for our last lunch when we returned to ...
Fort Kochi: last stop of my trip to the south of India, before the flight of January, 21 for Orissa.I was expecting something more 'since my French friends had compared to St.Tropaiz!Instead 'the usual dirty Indian city with some special things to see.To me hit more the amazing huge trees and goats wandering the streets, two camels on the beach and a beautiful Jewish synagogue only for the 5 remaining families demonstrating ...
... do during our stay. We decided to have a lazy afternoon, followed by yoga and dinner. The yoga sessions were strategically planned around sunrise and sunset, when the heat was less fierce and the atmosphere was at its most tranquil, so at sunset we got changed and were directed up to the huge purpose built roof terrace. Sitting cross legged on the mat, we took in the palm trees that lined the surrounding gardens and the distant rice paddies, and felt truly very lucky to be ...
... safety inspection in Kerala. This took place at an LPG gas bottling plant which supplies the entire state with 45,000 bottles per day. Apparently not only do the employees not check to confirm that the bottles are in-test, but once filled they are not placed in a water bath to check for leaks either - both being Indian Government requirements. The operators of the plant have stated that they 'are happy with their protocols' and 'no-one has been killed by a failing bottle'. Since ...
... take their work seriously as we walked the trails into the park they were keen to tell someone who threw litter on the ground to pick it up, the first we’d seen in India.
Periyar was a heavenly place to visit. We trekked nearly 45 kilometers in 3 or so days, walking in the mornings and in the afternoon. Our basecamp was situated on a lake strewn with ghost-trees topped with cormorants warming their wings in the sun. They heat was fierce often surpassing 100 ...