Nelpura Heritage Homestay
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... al fresco', and it was as relaxing and enjoyable as it could be, without a G & T!
Our tour started at 12:00 noon on the day of arrival, and terminated the next morning at 9:30 am. It was a pleasant and relaxing way to see this interesting part of Kerala, and one day was, for us, long enough.
Arriving back in port, we auto rickshawed to the bus terminal heading further south.
... With no time to lose we powered away and hit the network of peaceful waterways. Relaxing on the big shaded deck above was just what needed after our little bouts of sickness. Ahhhh, good times. A big fresh lunch and some good cruising time later we moored up amongst the many other houseboats for the setting sun. Not even the endless amounts of Mosquitos could dampen the mood we were in, some dinner later and some more relaxing and we retreated to our comfy room for shut ...
... stories, so I am sorry if it seems scattered and unorganized. I take brief notes everyday, and then fill in the good stuff later on. Eric is always going on about me writing too much (as in 30 seconds ago), and I'm always telling him to add more to his own blog entries. Eh, cest la vie! But, I am finding this writing stuff to be TOTALLY relaxing and enjoyable. It's my thoughts as they come. Oh, and for those of you that know Todd, yes, he's doing just fine down here in India. ...
... mark got up to go to the gym he found a coconut sat on our porch chair. We think its gym guy being funny. We hope its gym guy being funny. Turns out gym guy lives in st.ives & works as a builder but every winter when the weathers awful and the work slows down he 'shuts up shop' as it were and comes out here for a few months with his GF because its cheaper to live here and eat well for that amount of time than stay at home, not work and pay the rent on his house! What a ...
... dingy alley. We joined the queue with about 30 other Indian men which seemed like it was in a big cage. We were then told by a man in the queue that as foreigners we were allowed to enter the shop unlike the native Indians. This meant jumping the queues and having a proper look at what we were buying. After our purchase we all jumped into a tuk tuk back to the hotel, spent the next few hours talking between us and then went to ...