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So far what we have found out about the province of Keralla is that it is the most affluent province of india. There are no shanties, people live in homes. The municipal government is run by the communist party. Like all governments they have very little say, the country is run by the banks.
One of the things that is greatly encouraged all through out india is to get back to ...
... eat it :) I was a little afraid it would be a nightmare for me to find anything mild enough. And so far no digestive problem, I hope this will go on.
J'étais bien contente d'arriver dans une ville de taille moyenne, Kochi (Kerala). Et le fait que ma copine Chloé vienne me récupérer à l'aéroport m'a bien aidé. Elle est là depuis presque 2 mois alors elle sait comment ça fonctionne ici. La première chose que j'ai faite en arrivant à l'hôtel fut une petite sieste. ...
... food then planned to go to a bar that had seemed a bit more livily the night before. When we arrived there though we were the only people and it was all very odd. The boys were given there beer in tea pots with mugs and the only drink for the girls was rum that tasted like it had been homemade. It was all very odd so we headed back for the night and played some cards instead. We had originally planned to spend another night there but decided that it wasnt for ...
... the day. I come from my lunch and Jijo comes to me and says I must come and be in the video as well. I come and tell Peter I will but I do need to change out of my shorts and tesco white vest. Luckily I have had shower number two after my treatment so am clean enough to put on a shirt and trousers. When I come to them they are all impressed with my appearance and doctor comes and asks where I got my Boggi pants from. Now dressed up it is a photo opportunity for Jijo ...
... from consumption of illicit alcohol and merry Christmas cheer - waving and shouting and dancing for us. Other boats would be palatial with only a honeymooning couple, sipping their drinks on board. As we headed further into the network of criss crossing water ways, we saw more of the real backwater day to day living. Women washing and slapping their clothing on the rocks (could not get the Jungle Book song out of my head), people washing their teeth and bodies, jumping ...