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... means almost 2 hours) journey to the airport to meet with a very nervous and excited Jo and take her back to the hostel. The bus back took even longer which gave us a good chance to gossip and get her acquainted with Indian sights.
After a cuppa we asked Anoop for a restaurant reccomendation. He took us to a seafood place where we had some amazing prawns, fish and okra along with parotha and desserts... A bit of a shock to the system for me post detox.
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... old city. Our efforts were concentrated in the latter for the remainder of the day. Within Fort Cochin were a number of features:
i) the Dutch Palace (the Dutch arrived here in about 1650 and over threw the Portuguese (they arrived here in about 1500). The Brits arrived in about 1800 and "took over". Hence this area's heritage has a flavour of all 3 cultures. However, when you then add the Chinese influences (they arrived ...
... haha love those guys! Love our little group. Drinking and power went out during massive storm! Went to local place but em hit the sack. Came home as chilled with Sam the kiwi and watched some tv as looked at his India photos. Andy came home then went to bed sooo ...
... shy. We decided to sit in on their English lesson to see what they were doing and it was hilarious to listen to the kids screaming at the top of their voices the alphabet, and names of animals. They were much more comfortable with their teachers appearance, accent and familiarity then ours. We decided that although we would love to spend time with the cutest kids in the school that they were a little too young to benefit from anything we could do for them. We then spent time with ...
... want a Tuk Tuk now! After a lovely nights sleep, I awoke to a hazy sun rise across the backwaters - all viewed through the window at the end of the bed. A kingfisher swooped whilst a fisherman raised his alien like Chinese nets. It's very hard not to be completely awed by this environment time and time again. How quickly we can adapt and find a pattern in the unknown; breakfast, Keralan style or continental, freshly pulped pineapple juice and good coffee. A trek down the ...