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... were enjoying a day out. There were a few attractions around the place, including an aquarium.
Sirasan mentioned that he was from Thrissilery village which the attendant seemed to like, and so he let us in for free. Judging the state of the fish tanks, I'd have happily paid just so they could get some cleaning equipment.
By this point the sun was out, and we decided to amble around the circumference of Pookot. My fatigue was kicking in now, so I would ...
... br> We took a raft onto the island and soaked up the surrounding trees, and wildlife. Along the path were inspirational quotes, such as Gandhi reminding us that we must be the change, and Einstein saying nature holds the key to understanding how live.
Amongst these signs, there were also reminders to "Remain Silent". This felt acceptable when in the serenity ...
... the mountain's river (where local people bathe) and a spot of wildlife watching.
As with the others, Sajeev (Sivankaran's bro) took to using the camera with great enthusiasm. Madhu had also brought his camera along for the trip, so we made sure to take DPPs for both.
At 12:30 the temple ceremony finished, and we followed the chanting guys briefly before descending, putting on our shoes, and getting on the bus, back through the winding rainforest roads...
... One thing that been great about the camera is how the innumerable people who pass through the house can each pick it up and have a play. Some of the best shots have been done when left in the hands of others.
Because the house has taken such a keen interest in the photography, I've taken to uploading to my tablet and letting the family flick through. Seeing themselves on screen, sometimes pulling funny faces, always causes laughter, which I'm ...
... attempt, posing with my hands on the clay for the photos. (Whoops, was I supposed to write that?) Genesta, by contrast, was very good with the clay.
Genesta and I also went on a hike to two small farming communities, which grow rice, beetle nut, and bananas. The people here are from a tribal society. Some of the women wear their saris without a shirt underneath, stretch their lobes with a rolled stalk from the pineapple plant and men wear ...