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I remember it took me six weeks to hit that point when I was travelling last. Julie and I were sitting in Viņales in Cuba breathing like we had one lung to share between the two of us. Snot oozed out of my nose like a slimy snake and it felt like someone had shoved a pipe up my **** and was pumping gallons of the gooey stuff all the way to my red raw nose. It was that emotional and physical detox moment where the body is trying to clear out all ...
... noise coming from the street. In the evening, the doctor gave me some herbal concoction which essentially was a very strong laxative, to flush all of the released toxins out of my body... Meaning I hardly had any sleep due to stomach cramping and bloating!
On the 5th day, feeling weak and exhausted from the medicines from the previous evening, I gladly received my massage, an eye treatment and another oil flow on the forehead, this time with ...
... views unlike anything we've seen before, and paths undisturbed by any other tourists. That night was the first England World Cup match, and Ails and I got up at 3am in great anticipation. With hindsight the lost sleep that night was definitely not worth it!! Next, we jumped on a train and headed south to Fort Kochi. During our four weeks south we became quite relaxed travellers and failed to book anything in advance... So much so we always ended up with general tickets ...
... in the warm sea which had nice rolling surf.
On one of the mornings we went with the local lifeguard on a wooden canoe to watch dolphins. We waited for an hour as the sun was coming up and just as we gave up and got back on the beach we saw them go past the fishing boats on the horizon. Still, we were pleased to see them. We also took a day trip to Thrivandrum which was pointless as tourists because it is the commercial centre of Kerala ...
... them anything, I just listened and left them to it and their problems
(some may thinki I am wrong, but I dont think anyone would help me out, especially if they dont know me and just met me)
Why aren’t they eating street food and WHY are they on a budget in India? I guess if they had nothing left in the ‘budget’ they wouldn’t eat, these people do make me laugh, they travel, but can’t afford it, India must be the cheapest ...