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- Swimming pool
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After the excitement of "Mrs C's full on schedule day", we meandered down from Kumily in the hills to a resort on the edge of Punnamada lake, just outside the bustling town of Alappuzha (better known as Alleppey). Here we said goodbye to Siji aka Mr Fixit who had looked after us so well and understood what really excited us in Kerala.....suddenly …
... plan here have yet to arrive, at least not in Kerala.
I felt very naughty wandering across the tracks. I even stopped mid track and serupticiously peered up and down the line before reaching the other side safely, fully intact and not doing a swatted mosquito impression on the front of the train. India has markedly different values from UK and Europe at times. I just couldn't imagine doing that at home without someone getting angry about ...
... the stained sink and a shifting loo seat but heh, my squatting skills have improved over the weeks. There was no mosquito net or window nettings on the portholes and there were gaps all over the place. Oh, God……this was no love boat and I doubt there would be any TLC or any rocking going on in this cabin of iniquity tonight. Graham went into a 'mosquito blocking frenzy' filling up every available gap with sheets, bags ...
... to people, every day of the year. It is estimated that to date she has actually hugged over 33 million people in her lifetime, sometimes in marathon 20+ hour stints without a break. And she gave me a hug too; I put my name down and waited my turn along with about a thousand others that day, and she got to me about 10.30pm. I have no particular spiritual resonance with Amma, but have ...
... lead down to the water, or thrashing their laundry on the stones. We would see women walking home from the rice fields in the evening, children washing in the river, and men laying out the fishing nets from their canoes. Everyone would wave and call out to us. I don't think I'll ever get sick of the waving and saying 'Hiiiii!' game. Other times it was completely silent and the water and the air were so still. A world away from the frenzy and noise of ...