The Woods Manor
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... up Suzie. Knowing that she and Shawn would appreciate the Heritage Arts store, we headed back to excitedly show her our discovery. They were both as amazed as we were, and once again, we vowed to return with the remaining members of our group, before heading back to return the scooters for the day.
Dinner that night was awesome, as we found a delicious pizza place on one of the streets near the hotel. Initially we were skeptical regarding its quality and safety; ...
... had by most after lunch. Later in the day Bhavani and I walked to the boat terminal and caught the local ferry over to Fort Kochi. Here we saw a traditional Indian Kerela dance and karate performance. What the performer did with her eyes was quite amazing. We were gone around 5 hours leaving the kids alone. They did some homework, watched a movie and almost become brave enough to venture next door to the local cafe.
... we both fell asleep! Then we went to a tea tasting where they went through some history of tea and brewed several teas for us to taste (without milk or sugar which takes away from the real tea taste). Then we had an amazing hike with a very young guide. We went through the jungle and through rocky terrain to reach a beautiful peak where we saw an amazing sunset and a full rainbow! Incredible. We returned after 7pm and showered and got ready for dinner where we over ...
... the value and question our limits.
Or maybe I got the hang of bargaining was when I "knew" I had to buck up and stop getting unnervingly gypped by the auto rickshaw drivers. They seem to have an uncanny perception of who is fresh off the boat. I don't have as much problem now as I did back then; I know what's a ridiculous amount and immediately guffaw, then put up a fight to either have the meter turned on or get within 10-20 rupees of the amount I know it should ...
... of life". The sleeper class on an Indian train is an experience and pretty cramped at the best of times. For this trip we had 4 small beds between 5 of us and much of our luggage. During the train trip another person was quoted saying "f&ck the tapestry". The ticket inspector luckily didn't turn up though and we got to Mumbai reasonably unscathed. In hindsight it was an awesome experience.
Asher's highlight: Christmas day - it was ...