Nelpura Heritage Homestay
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A few exploding toddies (since the continuing fermentation-produced gas) and a shower later, we embarked to hot dishes which was ranked highly on tripadvisor. On arriving, we found hot dishes to be situated behind a grimes building and it seemed to be closed. We asked around and were told we were in the right place. After 10mins two indian men arrived searching for hot dishes as well, they had already spoken to the owner who was coming to open up. A women appeared in ...
... for their visit to the tea factory, it was pouring with rain so I lent them my umbrella. An hour later they were back and Sanu suggested we all went for a walk. By now the rain had stopped, but it was still damp and foggy. We walked for an hour or so along the narrow paths which the tea pickers use, though they are still not picking, it seems it can't be done in the rain or fog, so instead they are weeding and pruning. Leech protection was non ...
... br> as with many of the Indian experiences we have had so far, this one too would
have its own little Indian twist on things!
After another delicious and filling Kerelan breakfast at our
place, we waved goodbye to the owner and made our way to board the houseboat.
For the first time in India we have been paying local prices for tuk tuks, and
we crammed our huge backpacks into these cute little juddering modes of
transportation and bounced and jolted off to ...
... 8221; in the ear of the auto driver. That got his attention.
Sorted out Morocco tour and payment did some of the much delayed blog.
We went for an evening swim (me and the boys) to watch the sun go down. The water was almost too warm and the sunset was played out on the fluffy clouds. Heavenly, if it wasn't for the knowledge that a few metres away the beach was being used as a public restroom. That and the ...
... in the UK, we spent the day eating way too much, but we also went to a tiny local bar (hut) which served only the local home alcoholic brew made from a big red coconut-like fruit. As it's a men-only bar, the owner broke the rules for Denise and she was welcomed in as a special guest. Christmas lunch was served on a banana leaf with 6 or 7 dishes to choose from, before which I piloted the boat ...