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... to weigh it down. They couldn't have got on the boat fast enough in excitement! :)
The backwaters themselves were beautiful in parts. Canals lined with palm trees and forest, sometimes spreading out to wide open areas. It was nice to sit and watch the wildlife as well as locals fishing. There were plenty of birds around including kingfishers as well as eagles who we would sit and watch swooping down to skim the water for their dinner. There ...
... one like it, there was a mum with her baby, she just kept well back and took any fruit we gave her and went back into the bush, the baby was really tiny, but was really inquisitive
We left them to get on with the mango we had given them and set off again
We were nearing home and got stopped, another festival was in progress and we got nowhere, they had some drummers they looked pretty good, so it was out with the camera again and a bit of video, it had to be video, ...
... people are very dark, as it is closer to the equator. Makes sense to me... more sun, the darker the persons skin could potentially get. Who cares and why make a deal about it? However, we came across a little boy on the beach in Chennai, who was quite dark skinned and very adorable. He told me he thought I was pretty. I said thank you and told him he was handsome. He looked at me curiously and repeated himself and said, "you are white, so you are beautiful, I am dark and so I am ...
... each other. Multi-talented (one of which includes being a DJ), well-traveled, and extremely savvy, Stef quickly became the matriarch of the gang, leading us on many idli hunting missions, sing-alongs by the fire, and late night expeditions to find just the right place for us to call home for a night or two.
In addition to sharing Stef's infectious laughter, Veronika has the kind of smile that's irresistible and disarming. you know the type that makes you smile even if ...
... where once again we were asked for a photo. During the bus ride back it got very busy so I decided to give my seat to an old man who was reluctant to take it until I insisted. Another man then stood up and insisted that I have his seat, I declined and found this a bit odd as I wondered why would he think I deserved the seat more than him.
Back in Fort Cochin more culture was beckoning, this time it was more to my taste as it was in the form of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking