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... the bar high, the Durham crew got on stage for our routine.
What we lacked in talent, we made up for in enthusiasm and (after a couple of hiccups) we received a huge cheer once our moves were done to the music of London Thumakda. If you remember, this was the song that was playing on my first day in India, in the restaurant in 1. Mumbai...
The rest of the evening was spent flexing Bollywood moves on the d-floor.
... nicer than a lot of the places we have stayed on our trip so far! The highlight of the houseboat for us, apart from the delicious food, were the big comfy wicker swinging chairs that hung from the ceiling. We spent most of our time relaxing on these chairs, reading and watching the backwater scenery go by. The food, as I have already mentioned, was delicious however the sheer amount they cooked would have been enough to feed a big hungry family! In the evening we were ...
... some fresh passionfruit which were delicious.
We also saw some ladies making jewellery from banana leaves but as it was a project which had only just started there wasn't any available to buy.
So after 2 days of doing nothing we were ready to get out of there.
A trip to the train station and were were off to Kochi ...
... and then see if we can shower somewhere as we expect to again experience another 12 hour sauna. Our trip to Thiruvananthapuram was generally quite fast. We stopped for lunch at 1:30pm as "that's when Keralan people have lunch", our driver indicated. Lunch was in a roadside family eating house where banana leaves are your plates and the waiters come around and serve you "set" Keralan food. Served to us was a series of vegetables, rice ...
... beautiful view, amazing food and sunshine. Cute little town called Vakarla. We stayed two nights in the town. My favourite day was spent eating above the cliff, swimming on the beach, with lots of prying eyes, eating lunch in a beach front cafe...yummy momos (like dimsum)...pedicure (£4) afternoon yoga with a yoga kook on top of his roof...dinner and cocktails the whole day of luxury costing £9. This is a lifestyle I could keep up...one more .75p daiquiri ...