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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 ...
... even know my name until halfway through!) Hahaha that seems to be a common factor in SAS :) It's so unusual cause when you meet someone typically now-a-days you get their cellphone number...add them on Facebook...stalk their lives...am I right?! Well here we barley know each others names and we all consider each other family...kinda cool right? haha anyway, Rachelle and I walked through the markets bought some trinkets, walked all along the Indian ocean water, saw ...
... England. As it had been a Dutch, Portuguese and then English Colony the architecture reminded us of a small cute little village in the English countryside. The cute little houses added a lot of character and made it a very enjoyable place to walk around. We then met up with John who had been at Kipling for a couple of days (and so we had all arranged to meet up whilst he was still in India) - it was back ...
... We finally made it to the cinema for the first time of the trip (we did try and see Tintin while we were in China, but communication issues meant we never worked out if the film was in English or Mandarin). We went to see The Life of Pi, as it has quite an Indian influence, including Pondicherry. It was a good film, though some white marks on the screen ruined the 3D a bit. In the lobby you could buy pretty much anything, including pizzas. There was also an interval half way ...
... 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.