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... St Francis, the oldest Christian church in India, a Jewish synogog, and a palace built first by the Portuguese as a gift to the local King and then rebuilt by the Dutch. It is now a museum and a good place to learn some history. Unfortunately this group does t seem too interested in History so we don't spend long. Tonight we go to a traditional play/dance done entirely by men.
... called as Cochin (population 601,600).
There are an abundance of accommodation options so we were not worried when the first four places we checked out were booked full. Those were smallish homestay type guesthouses and recommended in the Lonely Planet. In the end, we landed at centrally located Good Karma Inn where we got a spotless, no frills, room with AC, for ...
... have been if the parrots and the monkeys could resist fighting on our roof at three in the morning. Apparently there are no parrots or monkeys and the mystery duel remains just that.
'Mummy' the farm owners mother in law and cook demonstrates a dish she made for Rick Stein which we will later eat. We take a leisurely punt to see the sun set and return with a double rainbow to decorate the sky in the other direction. As it slowly gets dark we ...
... next morning. That day we took a look around the local town, and went to check out the local chinese fishing nets. We had heard alot about them and seen some beautiful pictures so we expecting alot. When we got there though, the area around them seemed very dirty and the whole place smelt of rotten fish. So we took a walk further up the beach to ...
... is still busy with the doctor and mien fuhrer so does not make an appearance. Yoga today at 17.30pm with a new teacher who speaks English, this one is called Surish and he is a real teacher - thank goodness ! He asks about any ailments and then takes us through one hour of twisting and turning which was a bit too adventurous for my body but nonetheless enjoyable. He is hands on and came to help stretch my hamstrings, back and shoulders. (I think he thought that I wasn't ...