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Travel Blogs from Kumarakom
... as coconut husks that are being dried for fuel. It is very much like being in Ha-long bay, Vietnam, except that here, you don't have the imposing rocks, but green fields as far as the eye can see. I really don't know what else to say, other than the drivers must be really relaxed, cruising through the water each day. The next day (Monday) we saw lots of men ...
... 3 perfromers came on to tell a nonverbal story, it was like a merge of dancing and sign language all in big costumes with vibrant faces. I was confused throughout but an experience to say the least. The next day we took a rickshaw to the other end of town to do some more touristy things. The rickshaw driver said he would do the ride cheaper if we just looked in 1 shop. Rickshaw drivers have deals with shops and hotels that if they bring them ...
... to pay double - we pay both ways even though we only travel one way, because the cab driver will have to come back empty. We started to feel overwhelmed with all the conflicting information and decided to call the hotel directly. Meanwhile, 9 times out of 10, when we asked the government tourism officials a question they would say - oh, ask at your hotel. How many kilometers from vypin island ferry to Cherai? ask at your hotel. How much should a cab ...
... and caught an 8:40am flight to Mumbai, which took four hours. Arriving in Mumbai, I was plunged straight back into the 'India' way of things. Even simple exercises such as scanning our bags through customs, left me feeling drained and in need of a lie down. Instead of employing the British way of forming an orderly and polite queue, everyone surged forward in a huge rugby scrum, determined to cram their own bags onto the conveyor belt first. I was battered and ...
... compliment the cook on his cooking abilities, which are excellent. Back in the room I finish updating my blog. Too bad I could not post as well. There is absolutely no internet here. No connections. I would have to take a rickshaw to town to use the Internet and I suspect it is rather primitive, as everything else around here. No matter. If there is no Internet at the next place I will find a place to post my entries.
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