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From Madurai, I reached first Rameswaram a holy Hindu town that lays in an island near Sri-Lanka and connected to mainland by a long bridge. It was a bad experiece, bad weather, ugly temple and someone stole my MP3 in the bus.
Fortunately the following day was better in Kanyakumari, a holy nice town wit two little islands that guest a huge statue of an Indian guru or poet, and the other a giant palace in honor ...
So as our next southern adventure began, we took a 16hour overnight train to get us from the state of Goa to the southern state of Kerela. We stayed in the town of Kochi in an area called Fort Cochin, a historical town with Portuguese, Dutch and English influences clearly seen in the quaint little buildings and lanes. On our first evening in Kochi we decided to go to a kathakali show, the traditional dancing style of Kerela. This style was dramatically different from ...
... more than once that we were introduced to people who let us know that they had already seen us during one of our walks, and we had no idea who they were!
Tim's birthday fell during our weeks at the orphanage. For this Tim and I planned a celebration with pop and home made Swedish chocolate balls (making the chocolate balls in itself became a full day project that the rest of the staff gladly started to participate in) which both the young and the old people ...
... start it again, the annoying horn honk honking at every corner and every single thing on the road, the driver constantly on his mobile, the padded seat that chucks you off after any little bump in the road & the fact that you sit higher than the roof edges hanging over the sides so you can't actually see anything even though your technically outside.... Doesn't change! Same same but different. AND we can't help but get in them everywhere we go to get around. ...
... were forever ducking in Goa as firecrackers soared along the beach after falling over. Here they could release them over the cliff, which was a little better, but we were still nearly deafened by 100's of fireworks all going off at once. We headed home after that - Indian men were funny when drunk, but there were only so many times we wanted to shake peoples' hands and scream "Happy New Year!" the hangover free 1st Jan was an added bonus ...