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... as our internal flight to Delhi has a weight limit of 15kg! My bag is presently 25kg. My first impressions of India are that it has not changed much in thirty years! Maybe more cars and obviously mobile phones but just as extraordinary and dirty. Sunday 21st December Roz did washing, I read and we both recovered from yesterday. Sad discovery has been that Kerela is more or less dry (five star hotels excepted) and we are almost out ...
Kelsey and I landed in Kochi, India and instantly took a 6 hour bus south. This is just the first of many extended public transportation trips. The city around is scarce compared to the U.S. Roads are merely sprinkled with huge billboards that only have about 3 different advertisements. Most immediately I notice the piles of trash strewn around and the scattered cows that roam. Trash just piles around here. Either the ...
... time that we were there. The father has a bicycle and he shpls for the fish and vegetables. There is television, which shows another side to life, Vijeesh has also come into contact with outside influences, and now he wants an English wife. On our boat trip, a tree was pointed out that had fruit on it which to all intents and purposes looked like mango. The suicide tree, couple of bites and you are dead. It's the preferred choice to commit ...
... them, they weren’t moving on the price, but he got a bargain on the fish, big shiny things, there must have been at least 3 kilos there, and he paid 100 rupees and would make a lot of fish curries
We set off back to the hostel, Santeesh was arguing with the driver about the fare price, and it got rather heated, the driver even stopped at one point, I just looked on, the driver wanted 500, Satheesh said 250, considering we had been out for hours and ...
We arrived in Kollam by train on Friday morning, only to discover that all the roads were blocked due to a festival that was going on. So as we couldn't get in a tuctuc we had to walk with our bags through the festival to reach our hotel. At midday we set off to go on a backwater canoe trip. We were punted along a network of rivers and through a village by a local man using a huge bamboo pole. As we punted through the village we were joined on the river by ...