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... since prices go up everywhere and moved to a guest house on the beach so I could spend more time there and be in contact with more people. The first evening I spent on the beach, I ran into Tara and Jeremy from Australia, whom I had met in Aleppey 2 weeks before. So again I started to spend my time with a very good group of young people from many different countries. Soren from Norway, Adam from Israel, Ilse ...
... and the bad memory was the Mosquitoes…as they had this adjoining garden area, naturally mosquitoes gave us a lot of sleepless nights.
Our second home was like part of concrete mess. Why I call it so, because the brief period we stayed there, what I remember is just sand, cement. Labours working day in and day out constructing the upper label of the house. But there was this fatso didi and her father, they had this big coloured TV, and they used to ...
... the most densely populated cities in the world. The Grater Kolkata Area is approximately 3 times smaller than the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) with a population 2.5 times (@14.1 million) that of the GTA. This density of living, without refined regulation of air, water, or land pollution, riddles the environment with filth. Why would I ever want to spend any time here? It is within the extremities that the most miraculous of events and concepts take shape. ...
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It was 9pm on Christmas Eve when I finally get to Calicut. It had taken about 8 hours on public buses and I wouldn't call it the highlight of my trip. Buses in India aren't that bad compared to the ones in Africa, but they aren't that great either. Really, any bus kinda sucks after 8 hours, even if you are in Argentina and you've got lazy boy recliner for a seat and hot chick serving you wine. You don't get anything like that in India, but you get a bit of leg ...