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... plane is our worst. The bus station is mobbed and as our bus pulls up opening it’s doors, a full scale riot occurs. Pushing and shoving like locals we manage to get the kids and our bags on and I secure a single seat at the front. The bus is packed way beyond capacity and gets fuller as we progress. Amber has a seat at the rear and she has Rans on her knee. Through the journey The Kid sits on my knee and men start sitting on him. I count seven youths hanging onto the ...
... Anu’s husband, who two years later built a small cottage so that tourists could stay a night or two on the farm and experience life on the Keralan backwaters. Sadly he himself died just a few years later at the age of 32, leaving the farm to Anu and her two very young children. Rather than let tragedy overwhelm her, she set about developing both the farm and the tourism side, so that they now have a profitable farm, six beautiful homestay cottages and ...
... v Sri Lanka T20 semi-final) and then dinner would be the remaining day's activities. These were all achieved with reliability and precision with the odd chat with some of the other guests. One that springs to mind, was the lengthy chat I had with a rather distinguished Indian gentleman. He was very eager to explore many topics (yes, cricket crept in!!). He was ...
Our stay at the Zuri Hotel here is amazing. They treat you like royalty! I could certainly get used having doors opened for me and being called maam! We headed off to Kottayam to do a bit of shopping, many hours of combing through all the beautiful saris and suits! Later in the evening there was a traditional Kathakali show. Amazing ...
... and eaten some brilliant if not interesting food. Travel through India is very tough and there are constant delays and frustrations but it has all been worth it. There were times when I really wondered what the hell I was doing and why was I subjecting myself to this hardship and the next day something would happen and my spirits would lift and I would realise that this is traveling. What an adventure.
Sri Lanka here I come