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... which is enough to wipe any smile from our faces, we can't help but feel that we've been taken for tourist suckers when we could have eaten at a little restaurant on Princess Street for a fraction of the price. Ah well, tomorrow we leave Cochin to explore new parts of Kerala so at least we've done our final night in style.
Our next stop is high in the mountains, in a rainforested spice gardens next to a wildlife reserve. There's just the matter of a six hour drive to ...
... much attention, or hassle as we had experienced in other
Indian cities. One day at a busy junction in the centre of town we even saw a
huge Elephant and rider crossing the road right through the middle of the
traffic, amazing incredible India where old and new still merge together in
coexistence. Given the humidity we were thankful for an easy stroll around
town. We made a few little purchases, some flowers to decorate our boat, and
for the sum of £2.00 some of the ...
... in an area of Mumbai called Andheri which is a very northern part of the city. Conveniently though, there is an efficient and extremely affordable train system that runs all over the city. However, we were staying about 5km away and we were told that the best way to get around besides walking was to hire a rickshaw (or tuk-tuk for those of you familiar with the Thai way of transportation). For those of you not familiar, a rickshaw is a 3 wheeled car that is powered and operated just like ...
... an interesting and educational night of interaction, but a potentially beneficial one should we wind up with any illness or injury while abroad. ;)
Friday the 16th involved Nick and Dee separating for the day/night; Nick attended George's Sweet Ceremony while Dee helped create a make-shift Bachelorette Party for Tabitha. The Sweet Ceremony is a tradition the groom's family holds for the groom and the bride's family holds for the bride. The betrothed are fed ...
... m working backwards now- maybe that will help. I seemed to have many medical consultations today- people can't be seeing their GP that often at home! I have just sent one of the senior officers to bed - hope they are better before we sail! Evening spent emptying aicon condensate (its like being voyage crew!), painting my finger nails and getting a and of not too merry volunteers to help a wheel chair user get on ...