Sealord Hotel Cochin
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... table was made of mahogany, no padding at all. I had to strip off, then was given a sort of loincloth which she tied me into, making me feel ever more elegant. I heaved my bulk onto the table and she oiled and massaged me for nearly an hour with her tiny hands. Lying on a wooden table for an hour isn't the most relaxing experience, I was a bit worried about how I'd actually get off without slithering all over the place! Then sat in a steam box, my head poking out, for a ...
... a little fish - hard to get out of the water - just like his pops when he was young. Christine and Michelle met a couple from Milton, NSW Australia. Who knows - maybe we will see them down the road. Tonight was a pre 75th birthday dinner for dad and I found out in late afternoon that Kerala is dry on Sunday's. The odd thing was is that the hotel would serve beer via room service but could only ...
... exclaimed. "Elephants are such a lucky thing to see at the start of one's journey!". So there it was, my Indian odyssey had been blessed by a truck-borne pachyderm and a taxi driver.
Kochi's first western contact was with the Portuguese. Consequently, the town boasts a whole lot of old Catholic churches, with an accompanying bevy of Catholics to fill them. Because I arrived on 23 December, Kochi was covered in Christmas decorations ...
... look at me like I am a bit crazy wearing shorts and vest with sunglasses and a beamy hat. I say hello to everybody I meet, some respond and some do not. Peter says they do not speak because they consider the foreigners as kings and by speaking to them I make them suspicious. I don't know but maybe when they get used to seeing me they will relax a little. My treatments today were the same as yesterday, oily herbal water poured over me in ...
... another one. Already planning a breakfast trip to find cinnamon french toast. Yum! Actually, I did go to a clothes shop as a favour to a tuk-tuk driver. He offered me a free ride if I would go to a shop and browse for 2 minutes. In return the shop gives him a can of petrol. Everybody wins, except the shopkeeper.
So after almost a month in India I am ready to leave. It feels like I've been here forever, the time has ...