Johnson's The Nest Homestay
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it is on the main road so every thing close by.
and very friendly staff. they offer a good day trip for you for a good price.
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this is a amazing day.
we started the morning early to go to periyar park. thats the place for wild animals.
we are going by boat to see a bit of jungle. and we dith saw some nice animals , wild elephants , they where far but anyway we saw them and thats what counts , and so many birds are fishing here. and the best …
... fire to an effigy of Father Christmas, stuffed with firecrackers and set alight with petrol, in front of our hotel, went with a bang!
Earlier we'd watched a huge figure of an old man, being carried on a lorry to the beach, preceded by a marching band.....he was set alight at midnight, and the celebrations went on for hours.
Picked up by our driver, Mr Prakash, for our journey up to the Western Ghats, which separate Kerala from Tamil Nadu, on 1st Jan. in for a crazy ...
... couldn't get one of the stunning sunset photos you see on the postcards because, well, there was no ******* sun whilst I was there. One day it even rained. Rained is an understatement. Think buckets. If there is a god and he lives in the sky then he has a serious plumbing issue he needs to get sorted before we all drown.
If you ever feel like *****ing about your job then ...
... with scalding hot bags of oil-soaked herbs. VERY different from western massage, but then the whole point of coming to India was to experience the new and different! :)
We'd been cautioned by multiple locals not too book too much time on the houseboat, for fear that we'd get bored; we tried to explain that at home we prefer to spend our free time relaxing in nature with no specific schedule, but that was a ********cept for them to understand. It became a running ...
... cheaper this way!
It is such a lovely place to be and Martin and I have decided to come back up here after my aunt goes home- we didn't get chance to see a lot in a day and we like a good walk round.
We did see the Dutch Palace , a great museum , just 5 rupees entrance but again we need more time there. Also the Jewish Synagogue was closed when we got there so definitely for next time.
So back to the Fishermen and we bought prawns - ...