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... us! One couple with their young daughter asked me to kiss their little girl, so while dad held her, mom took pictures of me kissing and hugging their little 3 year old! People here were very friendly, including a group of students on an excursion with their teachers. On our return to Dr. F's, we made a detour to Padmanabhapuram Palace, located close to the town of Thuckalay in Kanyakumari District, Tamilnadu, in India. "The palace was constructed around 1601 AD by Iravi ...
... great Lord Shiva would certainly let in British Hindus if it was up to him, leaving the official a bit bewildered and even more resolute in his decision not to let him in! Anyway from the outside, it was a beautiful temple with intricate carvings towering high depicting the Hindu epic stories in all their colourful drama.
Planning everything pretty much last minute as we normally do meant that we had to stay an extra night in Trivandrum as we couldn’t get a train ...
... start. Bindu (L) was kind enough to make us a sumptuous dinner and she and her husband and family were very gracious to us. As we tried to figured out what to say, we ran through the list of classmates to see who knew what about them. We had some idea on most of the prominent ones. All doing fine. We talked about of our classmate who passed in Palghat in an auto accident. As the day progressed we came to terms with ...
... with their sticks and bundled them into a jeep, the policeman smiled, shrugged and went on his way
The owner of the hostel were I am staying came over, patted me on the back and said ‘thank you’ and proceeded to tell me they are all brothers and they all love the same girl, I just said they were getting in the way of everyone’s enjoyment and my taking photos, he then went on to tell me how much they had insulted me by lobbing flip ...
... and have the right to sit on the downstairs bed whenever I want during the day to watch the world go by outside the window (though I much prefer hanging out of the door with the world rushing past my face and dragonflies fluttering so close to me as I watch the sunset.) At first I was abit apprehensive about the idea of 48 hours straight on the train, but so far it has passed quickly. (It is only now at about 30 hours in that I have started to type in this blog.) The locals in ...