Mom Lekha's Private Homes
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... and incredibly humid night was spent by the both of us lying on the bed underneath a mosquito net with huge gaping holes in it, under a non functional fan. We stayed up all night just feeling ourselves being savaged with mozzies and unable to move due to being wet through and sticky with sweat. On top of this, we were knocked up at 6am to be told we were heading back. An hour later and we were back on dry land. So, a lovely day but a bit pointless stopping overnight in ...
... ventured on to one of our most funny, busy, crazy Indian experiences yet. After the cruise, we quickly jumped in a rickshaw and went to the bus station, in an effort to head north to Fort Kochi. We were directed to the bus, and upon finding it, we could hardly see it due to the amount of Indians waiting to get on. Once the doors opened, it was like those crazy women going into Myer on Boxing Day. We were crammed so deep into the bus we could hardly see each other. Luckily, ...
How to write about the last 5 days which feel like a whole journey in itself. The places activities and people. Traveling with a group of young people is very different, sometimes reminiscent of myself at their age and sometimes very inspiring in the human qualities it demonstrates. Traveling alone, you experience the whole gamut of feelings of loneliness, encounters short or longer, periods of association and companionship with people from ...
... over the road to an Ayurveda (Indian homeopathy) clinic for a back massage but was persuaded to get the full body instead. This was a very interesting experience! After being instructed to completely strip off I was handed a tiny loin cloth, which barely stopped bits falling out, was rubbed down with lotions and oils and beaten into relaxation by a tiny Indian man. I walked away very relaxed albeit slightly mortified. For the rest of the day we slept, wrote blogs, ...
... my thinking, just over a quid for a kilo of bananas was a bargain
Anyway we went to this other place, we got them for 40 rupees, that is under 50 pence, even more
of a bargain
Santeesh showed me all the stuff he had bought, squid, fish, vegetables, and of course mangos
He had a big bag of squid, I asked him how much, he said 2 kilos, 260 rupees, to me that was good, but he said it was too expensive but he had no choice but ...