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... side of the table. All was going well until the ladies came back with empty stomachs. The other resorts had not allowed outside diners so they had eventually got back to Lakesong and wet just going to have desert. They went to another table to give us space and not two minutes later I lost my dinner date - he was sensing that desert at the ladies table had a higher chance of happening for him. ...
... he seemed happy with this. Now a few hundred meters out of our way, we continued to find a place called the Harbour Restaurant, a little like a bar with tables. It served cold Kingfishers and a very passable curry and was our home for the early evening. Our walk back to the hotel passed the entertainment on the beach, billed as "India's Beach Football Championships", it was noisy, colourful and entertaining. The rest of the walk was dark, full of potholes and, thankfully without ...
... here. But the "market", several different shops, did not live up to our expectations. But we did find some really cool stores with lots of antic things of all kinds. Fun to walk around and just window shop. Would have loved to pick and choose from it all and decorate an apartment with all the different treasures we saw.
Since it was a Jewish holiday the synagogue was closed, we just saw the outside, didn't look very big. And ...
... eyes seems unchanged but somehow they know the exact time and point at which to cast their nets and sure enough, they always catch something. We are off to Fort Cochin on Christmas Eve, have a Christmas cake from Mumbai in our bag and some decorations ready for our room. A turkey dinner awaits us at a local hotel before midnight mass at church. This is certainly going to be different! Happy Christmas Everyone, we hope you have a lovely time and we miss you all lots! ...
... trip by car) without getting soaked.
Try as I might, though, I did have to let a little new information seep into my cranium, even as I endeavored to keep it a "knowledge-free zone" - we stopped at a coconut-processing area, a coir-processing area, a spice garden, and a place where clamshells were turned into lye -- all human-powered (not machine-powered!). Kerala's commitment to the environment is well noted - wages are high here and they ...