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... than all the other none responses. We met him and booked a 5 hour cruise for the four of us with lunch and cooler box for our booze, £40 between us. Not much to lose, we would find out tomorrow.
Our next mission of the day was to find some booze and the Irish wanted a few bits from a supermarket. They had been given directions from the hotel so off we went. We walked along the river road. It was hot, we were all sweating. A few men asked if we wanted a taxi or boat, but ...
... by boat so you would be stuck in the one place, all the time, forever! Can't even pop over to your mates house or mainland Alleppey! We had a rickshaws back to the guesthouse after the ferry to the mainland, already paid for by our hotel manager - he's a goodun! We were pretty tired after a long day lounging on the canoe watching he world go by so went for bite to eat early and to watch the sunset by the beach; as Scott wanted to needed the football because it's 'an ...
... s not like you have a Lowe’s or Wal-Mart where you might have someone at a register ringing up someone every second, but these are their own shops on the street and sometimes they have idle downtime between customers. But I didn’t respond in that way. It would only invoke a response in him that would swell our argument to a higher note. Instead I chummily responded with a thoughtful "Hmm," as if I had just now realized he was right.
Later that day, I ...
... waves - all so beautiful, but the sea was very warm.
We went back to the hotel and we had again delicious dinner, rice byriani kerala style and fruit. Kerala cuisine is the best. Next day early in the morning we spent fishing again as it was 2 seconds to the river from our room. I caught another small fish and Rajjith brought for us tapioca - what locals are using for fishing and he brought us some another type of fish for a bait - they ...
On my first night after some rest Antony the owner of the coffee bar and guest house offered to show me around. I walked Outside to see a Scooter awaiting. He laughed at my reaction as this was my first scooter ride ever. But I decided why not... He drove me to the shop and around town until we stopped and took a walk along the main road and had dinner. We ate a goat curry and various breads. It was at this point that I embraced the Indian way of eating with my ...