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Caleb took me on a canoe ride and did a bulk of the rowing today. I taught him the basics of holding a paddle and he did a great job. He will be up for more canoeing in the future. A shout out to Camp Ponacka !!! Before dad left he tried once again to beat Caleb at table tennis which did not happen. There were some intense points but the edge had to be given to Caleb in the end. Grandpa said he would find a table and give Caleb a better game the ...
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Immanuel was such a genuinely nice man. He couldn't do enough for us. He was one of the very few people we actually trusted to organize anything for us. He lent us his wife's scooter and he accompanied us to the fish market. He insisted on this so we could get local prices. He would visit every stall and get a price, we would follow and decide at the end what we wanted. Then his wife cooked it all ...
... front of the fishing nets are several fishmongers from whom you can buy just caught fish and then take your selection to a nearby restaurant who will cook it for you.
We also went to St Francis church, thought to be India's oldest European built church constructed in 1503 by the Portuguese. Explorer Vasco da Gama was burried here in 1524 before his remains were taken to Lisbon 14 years later.
We also visited Jewtown, which is the centre of ...
... Once explained they understood. I join them, they are a pommie couple, have visited Gia 8 times previously but never ventured any further. They are shocked by the stares they get on Fort Coochi. This is so touristy this town, too many for me and it is a shock for them. They are travelling for 6 months throughout Asia. We enjoy a few too many drinks, 9 G&Ts for me. Then we have a quick dinner before I head to ...
When we first arrived at the airport it was so strange, it was almost like being in another country with no one harassing us to help with bags or trying to blag us with tours etc. it was clean smelt nice and palm trees everywhere. Once we arrived onto the island we were staying Jesus was EVERYWHERE... Yes Jesus. We was a little freaked out and thought it was a Christian community, but later realised it was fine, phew! That night there ...