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  • Chinese nest - Kochi
  • Chinese nest - Kochi
  • Chinese nest - Kochi
  • Crazy tuk-tuk driver - Kochi
  • The mother, the daughter, the aunt, the grandmother - Kochi
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21/04/2011 | | 3 commentaires

Mumbai

MumbaiFor our very first day, we landed in Mumbai. Out of the airport, 40 degrees, our senses woke up. A special smell everywhere, massive loads of people walking in all directions, cows in the middle of the highway in between tuk-tuk’s, trucks and bicycles, mansions just next to slums… like in a movie. An accelerated rhythm, an effervescent city!In our two days stay in Mumbai, we visited ... Continue reading

 
21/04/2011 | | 1 commentaire

Kerala

KeralaLand of spices, tea plantations, backwaters, houseboats and beaches.We spent 9 days in Kerala and as a starting point we visited fort Kochi where we witnessed for the first time a real spice trading market. Fort Kochi has several other influences; some of them are visible through the Chinese nets, the living Jewish quarter, several Hindi temples, Christian churches and Muslim mosques ... Continue reading

 
01/05/2011 | | 3 commentaires

Rajasthan

RajasthanPays de Maharajas, contrée de palais extraordinaires, le marathon couru au Nord-Ouest de l’Inde nous laisse plein d’émotions.Nous arrivons à Udaipur après 3 vols internes consécutifs et dont 3 retards à la suite et un bagage qui arrivera 12h après nous. Avec notre amie la chaleur, nous commençons à marcher à travers ... Continue reading

 
16/05/2011 | | 0 commentaire

From Agra to Manali

From Agra to ManaliAprès Jaipur, bus direction Agra (et oui quasi impossible pour nous d’obtenir des billets de train en Inde, il faut réserver bien en avance !). Arrivés en fin d’après-midi nous trouvons un petit guesthouse à 100m de l’entrée du Taj Mahal pour être dans les 1ers à découvrir ce majestueux monument à ... Continue reading

 
17/05/2011 | | 0 commentaire

Namaste

NamasteDear India,The least we can say is that walking through your territory is like drinking an alkaceltzer, effervescent! One month is a ridiculous time to say we know you but it was enough for us to make contact and take a taste of your diversity.Namaste! At least this word is understood all over India. There are over 1’500 different dialects and 18 official languages ... Continue reading



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