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... endure our guide explaining in lengthy detail the stories of the Hindu gods Shiva, Shakti and Vishnu . We've kind of had it with facts and figures and over ginger lassi quiz our guide on his life and his passion for cricket and Liverpool football team. We've kind of had it too with the guides steering us into the shops where they get a cut. None the less we succumb to a few bits and pieces in a shop selling just about everything you don't really need. ...
... on the jungle homestay that Paul and I had stayed in, and how both Lalith and his wife had joined us. We had a slow morning of planning, then went for a short tour around the acres of land that they owned, which had been set up as a spice and vegetable garden as well as a latex plantation. This was fascinating to walk around, and Soloman was really good at explaining how everything worked, from cutting the bark of the tree to drain latex, to how they dried and roasted ...
... palace out guide be game to tell us about the next place we were going.. Jew town! I was actually really excited for this. I've been looking forward to it ever since Sayantan told me about it and I even do is some research before coming.
Our guide told us that there are only six Jews who still live here. Most went back to Israel and other places. I raised my hand and said oh now there's seven. When he realized I was Jewish he thought that comment was hilarious ...
... I am more keen to go to Munnar and Trivandrum, which I could not this time due to time constraints.
At the Airport I managed to catch a glimpse of the news. I could only understand that a political party had walked out of the Parliament ahead of a vote on foreign direct investment. I was keen to find out if this was the same political party that were my fellow guests at the homestay in Alappuzha…but unfortunately I will never ...
... to visit, true, and you will certainly have times when the crushing weight of all the world’s anxieties seems altogether less than worth the travel and money you’ve invested. But these are matched with days that are so engaging, so beyond expectations, so all encompassing that the sheer bliss of life itself seems to fill every crevice of the emptiness within you.
If apathy is what you seek relief from, than surely there is no greater refuge than India. ...