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... attraction, so much so that we have to battle our way inside with Krishna elbowing aside Indian tourists for his “special guests”. We are rather embarrassed by this, especially when a departing German tourist on crutches tells us “It is too full, zere is nothing you can zee!!” Yet we make it inside and it’s beautiful, although like the Mattancherry Palace, photography is strictly forbidden.
The interior is lit by a multitude of stunning ...
... in a small bucket and eventually flushed him down the toilet before I showered. Had to turn the a/c down overnight so never got the right temperature. Chalk up another so so sleep in India. Some wifi before brekkie.
Brekkie talk with Ray and Diana was mostly about touring Cuba. Pam came down, sitting kitty corner to Susie; not much chit chat amongst the roomies. It was a set menu of juice, coffee [or tea], omelet and toast. D1 was worried that the ...
... as they're very cheap! :) That first evening we went to a show at the Kerala Kathakali Centre where the actors paint their faces and act out a play using exaggerated facial expressions and gestures. All the actors we're male so even the female roles were played by men. Before we left, we were lent umbrellas, as a shower was expected, and told not to lose them. Strangely, our guide also said if we fit bored we could leave and meet him in the ...
... to go up for happy hour and watch the sunset from the Aer lounge on the 38th floor rooftop overlooking Mumbai from 2 different sides of the building. Walking out onto it and seeing the view was unbelievable; we felt like movie stars in this swanky bar! Keeping our backpacker’s budget in mind, we opted just to sit for 1 drink and enjoy the sunset from a rare location. It was a humbling experience though because from atop this beautiful expensive hotel we could see 2 ...
... prayer set to upbeat pop-like keyboard music. A gold chain with crucifix was waived over the bride and grooms heads, incense smoke was spread across the altar, George placed a thali (gold necklace, used in place of a wedding band in Christian Indian weddings) around Tabi's neck, and George's family draped the beautiful new pink and gold sari over Tabi's head (Tabi will wear this sari at all future family wedding ceremonies). The ceremony completed with the bride and ...