United 21 Hotel
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... repair, and so everyone drove much faster, it therefore felt rather more dangerous than usual. There were lots of heavily laden ox carts transporting paddy to the threshers, and overladen trucks with cargoes of sugarcane causing holdups, but generally, Karnataka looks more prosperous than Kerala.
RK took us to a fancy restaurant, where we assume he was also fed. He complained bitterly about the food at our last place, and as we were miles from anywhere, ...
... I was little and it was the first time since arriving that I really felt like I was in India. The mausoleum is where Tipu Sultan is buried and as best as I can describe it, it’s a glorified cemetery – I guess not too unlike the pyramids. Before going up to the tombs I noticed that everyone was walking around with their shoes off. I thought it odd they chose not to wear shoes, but realized a few minutes later that it was actually a requirement to go in. We all took ...
... Our taxi driver then took us to a local restaurant where we had northern indian thali (an amazing display of 3 different types of veg curry, rice, fresh roti and raita served on a banana leaf. Lovely! You suggest that you like the taste and it just keeps coming! 3 bowls of raita later, and we were completely satiated.
This morning, after our black coffee was thankfully streaming in our viens, ...
... the palace is strictly forbidden, and I have no way of adequately describing the spectacle, so you'll simply have to go there yourself.
As we were wandering through this marvel, Karen absently asked, 'I wonder where Chris and Carol are today?' (you may remember our friends from Arangabad and Goa). As we rounded a large column, there they were! Like us, they are traveling India somewhat on the fly. I guess all of our comparing notes and plans may ...
Yesterday morning we were up fairly early for a walk around Kochi before it got too hot. The area we were staying in was called Fort Cochin which had quite a Portuguese influence. We visited a couple of churches and a synagogue - there's a part of Kochi called 'Jew Town' but apparently there's only ten Jews so not many really! We wandered along the waterfront where they had these huge mechanical fishing nets ...