A coracle is made of an interwoven of willow rods which are tied with willow barks.
And I know this because I just wiki-ed it 😉
After bargaining, we paid Rs 200 each for a 30-min ride. Kaya dia.
I don’t even know what temple this is. By this time our minds were already exhausted by the various temples and Gods, we practically zoned out when he explained.
Spot the balancing rock 😉
I dare say riding the coracle was as relaxing as going for a massage at the spa!
Patut angkut sekali cushions and snacks.
Of course, with me rowing we didn’t get anywhere. The coracle just went round and round T___T
They’re too heavy HAHA!
The rough way of life made him appear older from his 17-year old age. With his dad deceased, he took the role to support his family of 7 siblings and his mother.
This job pays him a mere Rs 70 per day.
And at night, dinner at Mango Tree.
This ended Day 1. Just imagine how tired we were!