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... for 25p. It tastes a delicious lemony limey sugary ginger delight.
We took our drink and walked further past stalls selling lots of touristy aimed wares. Stopping to take the odd photograph.
Sam was in the market for a new shoulder bag. Her current one, being very well loved & travelled, was on it's way out. So she skilfully bartered a chap down to £1.50 for a delightful ethnic turquoise fabric shoulder bag with an elephant embroidered ...
... I’ve learned is to be patient, and not let these externals alter my mood. If I do let money and someone else’s negativity reflect in me…it means that it has more power over me than the kindness that others have shown me. I’ve learned from my friends, learned to let 10 Rupees slide and to appreciate the rickshaw drivers who are doing their job well and show me respect. I tip those guys. I never tip the ripoffs. But then, I never ride with those guys anymore either.
... I figure it may be an interesting read. Aside from books, we shopped and no, this time we didn't buy a helicopter! There were roughly three types of shops; clothing ( plenty of harem style pants etc.); old artifacts which include plenty of furniture, parts of old temples etc.... bit like the Bali artefact's that come into WA, lovely to look at and completely impractical to buy, and the remaining shops ...
... general the infrastructure is better, from what we have seen. (Streetlights! White lining on roads! Pavements!)
We also went to see the famous Chinese Fishing Nets, together with the day's catch, which included a baby hammer head shark (der ner, der ner, der ner, der ner .....). Also spotted a puddy cat trying to steal a fish and some cute tourist souvenirs in the form of a monkey carved out of an empty coconut shell. (Mr H really likes these). Also bumped into ...
... the Backwaters- Sunday 9th June
After breakfast, laundry returning, book exchange and Odomos buying (the Indian mosquitos also like me and my previous DEET 'protection'), we got a taxi to Alleppey. We were greeted by a busy pier full of houseboats of varying size and quality. We had to walk/wobble over 10 other boats to get to ours. Our 1 bedroomed wicker house-palace had a crew of 3, a four poster bed with ensuite, and a cushioned 1st level veranda, ...