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... nose, in your ear or in your
mouth, great! Dinner was tasty, but we are not sure if that was due to the
flavours of the cooking or the multitude of insects that we were ingesting as
we were chewing on our food as so many of them landed on our plates and in our
food, that it seemed that even they enjoy the taste and flavours!
That night I didn’t sleep that well, I’m not sure if it was
the cockroaches in the room making their scuttling noises as ...
... down the river, left overs and all! Just a gentle reminder we are still in India.
We headed to shore again at about 5 pm and tied of to a palm tree in a palm tree forest which seemed to be home to a small village. The driver said he had to get the chicken for tonights dinner. He said we could have gone with him to watch the chicken be prepared (by this he meant killed, hung and plucked!) to which I quickly refused. In hindsight I think I was a little hasty as ...
... I was getting I double many do ever pop in. I could see how to some it may have been a little initiating; a loud asylum like room full of men drinking their local whiskey in huge quantities very quickly. I loved it and in my 45mins or so I was in their I'd been offered 2 cigarettes, a segment of an orange, a hand full of nuts and invited to a wedding the next day. It was a great experience.
On my way back to the guesthouse I asked a number of ...
... très en vogue de louer un bateau-maison pour les explorer. On peut les louer pour quelques heures ou jusqu'au lendemain matin. On a opté pour l'option: passer la nuit sur le bateau. Notre bateau fait partie des plus petits. Certains sont immenses et peuvent accueillir une dizaine de personnes. Le nôtre avait juste une cuisine à l'arrière, puis la chambre, et à l'avant une table avec des chaises et le gouvernail. On avait aussi une sorte de petit salon à l'étage avec un sofa ...
... and able to spend the morning on a boat. We had a lovely relaxing few hours travelling up the large canals, lagoons and then some of the smaller canals, where you can see more wildlife (quite a few kingfishers) and village life (people washing pots, pans, clothes, themselves etc). The photos speak for themselves - it was beautiful.
At the start of our trip, we saw a lot of large houseboats, which we had ...