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... people weren't doing their business in the streets! We went to one of the fancy hotels beside the lake for a drink - the rooftop bar gave a view of the lake and of James Bond hotels - we could see the incredible floating hotels with mountains surrounding the lake in the background. We checked out the grand palace, which was ok but not as well kept as others we have seen, and a small temple. This was a great relaxing stop! On to Ahmedabad to catch a flight to ...
... thali. Half an hour after our pit stop we approached a wider section of waterway where we were flanked on each side by towering Chinese fishing nets, similar to the ones in Fort Cochin. Standing alone in the water so that you'd have to get a boat out in order to operate them, most of them didn't have nets (Chinese fishing apparatus might be a better description), and stood as a relic to a past where they would have been vital to the area's food supply. Past the ...
... you can get away with wearing a bikini, and boy did we! It was an amazing day of cafes, smoothies, shopping, lying in the sand and jumping in the surprisingly fantastic waves! Couldn't ask for a better vacation day from our ashram life. So much that we have requested that we return this week!
We've worked on perfecting the core moves continuously and are learning some more challenging and fun moves also. One of ...
It was a good cake and to make the occasion even more momentous they got Stefan up to cut the cake ! His face was a picture , it was all a litte uncomfortable and most strange.
The cake tasted great and Max was most upset they took it away before he could get a second slice !
The candles were whisked away and they started tidying up , well it was late ( 9PM !!!!!!!) so what do we do now , Me, Martin , the Finnish ladies and Max and Sarah then decided ...
... boats, which take 6 months to build by hand - used for transporting cement, bags of rice and what have you. Wooden beams are held together using coconut coir, and then the whole shaboodle is covered in fish oil to keep the damp out.
We pass also prawn farms covered with blue nets (lest the little blighters should grow wings - or something like that).
We stop for chai, and boy is it good - the milk fresh from one of the several prize ...
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