Nelpura Heritage Homestay
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... beautiful surroundings but also
lays down some strict rules about no outside food, smoking, drinking etc etc.
I’m a wee bit cynical about this one given the aforementioned regulations which
in my mind just don’t fit with a place where people go to achieve a fuller and
more open state of consciousness. Surley human consciousness can evolve and
grow freely without such strict guidelines? That’s just my take on it, and we
will go along with it, respect ...
Preface: We thought we'd celebrate our first anniversary and one year of travel with a couple "fluff" posts highlighting what we've learned in a year, from a travel and marital angle. The T n' A Top 40 (a less sappy version of what we've learned) is also available as a companion post to the one below.
From Taya's point of view.....
It’s been a year since we found a moment, amid all of the fun, craziness, and ...
... father etc.... All the boats are scheduled to leave the dock at 12 and we were starting to get discouraged with the constant turn downs. We'd endured a five hour bus ride to get on one of these boats and things were not looking positive. Dripping with sweat and with Maya's chin dragging in the dust we headed to the dock for a final crack. For the first time, we wanted someone to come at us peddling their wares. Hark...our shinning night appeared. At first we were ...
... with the fish was; poppadoms, rice, vegetable samba (spicy quite runny vegetable sauce) and 2 veg side dishes; Thoren (this is a dry Kerala curry which can be made with any vegetable-it was originally invented to make use of whatever vegetables were cheap at the market that day) made with coconut and cabbage, a green bean concoction and carrot and cucumber salad. After lunch we headed upstairs to lounge on the sundeck, relax, read our books and watch the world go by. ...
... email, Facebook etc. The hosts are Beju and his Polish wife Natasha with there pug dog Jack. Beju explains why you leave your shoes outside in India - "Because there is **** everywhere, unlike Europe and Australia". I have a good laugh at this. Once the room is ready I head to the beach. A rickshaw can take me the 14k wait up to 5 hours and drive me back for 500rupee. Sounds like a deal to me. I arrive at the Marari beach, am really pleased to see a very clean pristine ...