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... 8211; as is inevitable in these instances – dodgy tummies, inspired because George has succumbed to Delhi belly and is particularly unwell. The afternoon is spent in sheer blissful relaxation sat by the water’s edge as there is nothing to do but relax. Coman lazes reading in a hammock while I watch boats glide past our ridiculous idyllic setting. Later Anu gives us a tour of the grounds, with a small demonstration of the local art of coir rope ...
... to the shore. The nets are only held in the water for a few minutes before being hauled up again at which time the fisherman rush to the nets to see what has been caught. It is a massive net area and each dunking did seem to yield a very few fish. Apparently this traditional and unique way of fishing is dying out, as a result of low fish numbers. I gather it is similar to methods used in China and May stem from early Indo-China interactions. We did go for ...
... I fell in love with motorised two wheeled transport. We rented a scooter for the day and went down the coast an round some of the sights. Nothing too amazing to look at, but the bike was brand new, nice acceleration, good suspension and brakes. Great fun and very refreshing after the XL Super!
Eventually we met up with the two people Becca had met previously and got on a government bus to Aleppy (80p and about 5 hours), it was houseboat ...
... was easier to get around in than we’d thought (mainly due to the stress reduction of having a tour for the first week) and it was friendlier and felt safer than I’d expected. However, there was as much visible poverty as we’d been told about and some very sad sights of homeless children, especially in Delhi. Although we got some unsolicited attention I don’t think there was a point where I felt threatened or unsafe. And Cat ...
... the ferry station in the first place we could easily have made it home on the power of our own legs.
At the Casino - a quick dip in the pool. We agreed to skip dinner because of our large and late lunch. Set up in our rooms to "read" (in my case "reading" meant "dozing"). And then fully asleep by 8 pm, minimal tossing and turning until waking up at 5 am. My first full night of sleep since May 28 in El Paso. Perhaps the jet lag is beaten.