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... ropes. Several men work together to lower and raise these nets. They were hard at work this morning with many nets going up and down. But each time they came up, none of them had fish in them....! Someone must have caught some fish though, as there were stalls lining the shore selling prawns, crabs and an array of different fish. There were small restaurant stalls which would cook the fish there for you too. There were lots of stalls selling various bits - elephant ...
... all of India, 94%. Because the population is better educated, their standard of living is better than what we saw in the cities to the north. The infrastructure of the city is similar to our country, paved roads, traffic lights, indoor plumbing and an efficient bus system - things we did not see in the north. We also saw many schools and hospitals, as well as huge apartment blocks that could be from any modern city. As we drove into the old part of Kochi, from the new, ...
... at the Spice Jet counter. He is going nonstop. Great idea at an airport. Our guard eventually accepts that we have not printed our boarding passes yet and I see that armed guards are finally moving towards the belligerent traveller. Lots of excitement even before the flight. Caleb sat next to Grandpa on the flight and a lady whom Caleb struck up a conversation with focussing primarily on football (soccer) players. After ...
... he told us it was our taste buds not the food. This seems typical of Indian customer service though.
Despite the food, the place is lovely and hot! With blazing 30+ degrees heat it was easy (for Martyn) to get a tan. We decided a way to keep cool and see more of the area in a shorter space of time would be to rent pushbikes. (This is where Shelly received bird **** number 3 - a moving target hit with pin point accuracy on her pea like head. -of course, we ...
... fishing nets, that dip deep into the murky water and lift out fish, hopefully. They all have stalls selling fish... that has been brought in by fishermen. Some using small boats, others using canoes, but to be honest, not much of it is caught in the nets now. The harbour is fairly dirty, with a busy waterway, constantly crossed by the ferries, cruise ships, naval ships, dredgers and now, huge container ships. Across the water is a new, large container ship port, with the ...