Kodai - By The Lake, A Sterling Holidays Resort
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... s places of worship, the churches, it is not uncommon to find rich people using some of their wealth to try to secure the support of the gods. It was not lost on me that the most common picture that people want to hang on their walls here is Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. I guess that means by Keynes’ determination, wealth is ‘still of high social importance’ here. And of course there are stories here like everywhere else of unscrupulous priests ...
... We never really worked out what the temperature was as we got conflicting information, but probably up to a very cool (!) 18 degrees in the day time.
As usual we had spent hours on Trip Advisor trying to find suitable accommodation, but everything seemed to be either outside the village (we wanted to be within walking distance to restaurants and cafes), too expensive or too run down. In the end, Shaff managed to negotiate an acceptable, but still expensive, deal at a hotel ...
... point there were gangs of monkeys. I was naturally terrified - you can never trust a monkey - but everyone else happily stood right next to them. Apart from one monkey dipping his hand into someone's bag, ...
I wake up early to do yoga at the resort. The setting is not the best – it is a recreation room with a fuse ball table among other things - but I am desperate to attend a yoga class. It is just the yoga guru ji and me. He has a good aura about him, peaceful and kind. He studied at the Shivananda Ashram in Rishikesh. There is no warm up. He tells me that under the Shivananda method you learn to loosen up your body before you ever do any ...
... doubt this was what I thought it was though!)
The journey cost 1.50GBP (sorry there's no pound sign on this keyboard) and the scenery was spectacular - I would pay that money just for the bus tour alone! Waterfalls, rolling hill views interspersed between small Keralan villages on the hill tops. Beautiful. We were typical tourists, getting the most use out of our camera by trying to get the perfect shot of the many ...