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... weird looking painted man in drag) to attract him, after declaring she wants to make love with him he rejects her and she converts back to her demon form. To finish the play the hero chops off her nose, ears and breasts, which were black plastic torpedo looking instruments. We went back to fusion bay for dinner, but it wasn't nearly as good as the night before. I had the seafood stew full of everything under the sea. There was crab, sardines, fish, ...
Today we rented a Tuk Tuk for 50 Indian Rupee an hour which is about A$1.00 an hour.
He took us around lots of different sites in Fort Kochi and took us to an Indian lunch place where we all had a very big lunch of curry, rice, pappadums and a sweet lassi for about $4.00 for the three of us! The Indians do not use utensils to eat, but use their right hand and there are wash basins in all the restaurants. I still like to use a fork or spoon! Old habits die hard!
... beans, to how the nutmeg lay inside the shell. A random thing we noted was how strange the banana leaves felt. If any of you have ever touched a banana leaf, you'll know that it feels like smooth paper... Probably not that interesting to anyone but us, but it just wasn't what we were expecting! He then took us to a disused rice paddy, which had been in his family for years. He had a slightly warped view on how his family had stopped farming the rice due to the laborious process ...
... I would love to live in a town like this where people are out and about on the streets. It helps that it's in India. I love it here.
We went into just about every shop, because why not. We had the time and the stores were open. Katie found herself a ring that she has been looking for absolutely everywhere we go. She was a happy camper. I found two stickers since I have been looking for stickers that made me happy. We also both purchased masala because we were in ...
... to find an ATM that would accept our card and actually give us some cash. The Federal Bank ATM accepted the card and promised Rs20000 but delivered nothing! Very bank-ish, but not what is required. Loud swearing in English apparently had no effect except to raise the temperature in the ATM booth. The ICICI bank (when found after 30 minutes walking) finally accepted the card but could only be persuaded to issue Rs5000, about £50 - better than nothing. This raises the question ...