Sreekrishna Ayurveda Centre
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... relaxing, beautiful and enjoyable boat ride.I was also unsure on how the overnight house boats would have been before seeing them and the waters however I can safely say that despite the high costs, this would be money well spent it with a loved one or with a group of friends - it was so relaxing to be on the waterways and so to see it over a longer period of time on essentially a floating hotel would have been a lovely experience.
Maybe next time.
... substantial to eat.
We had a lovely dinner at the Royale Park hotel restaurant (recommended by Thomas & Matthew), although Mr H is now back to eating Chinese food again. On returning to the homestay, we found a baby gecko in our room - he is very cute, but Mr H says we can't keep him.
On Monday 11 November, we had our backwater tour, starting at 8.00 am, until 1pm. By this time, Mr H was feeling ...
... home. Our rough itinerary for the rest of India: -Munnar by bus 4/5hours -Munnar to Allapey (backwaters) -Alleppy (backwaters) head down further south Then eventually: -Train to Pondicherry (south of Chennai) -then flight from Chennai to Sri Lanka. Mid May. Stay tuned for Munnar blog peeps. It's a gorgeous place set in the Hills with Tata Tea Plantations and WE LOVED IT. Hope you are all ok & enjoying the good weather & blue skies in the UK :) lucky devils. Speak soon and miss u all so much Steph & Marky Plops ...
... with jackfruits, mango curry, and some tasty ginger curry. All together with some rice pancakes and rice/coconut .... Good! But somewhat spicy! Water water water!
We had planned to pay for him, but he insisted on paying for the whole meal. Nice. After dinner we decided to get some dessert (another new place in town) Italian gelato! HEAVEN! Sooo good! We tried to treat him, but failed again. With satisfied stomachs, we headed back. And bid our farewells. We had ...
... we were entertained by boatmen singing traditional songs.
Somehow our guide has managed to book us a private bus, despite the strike and road closures, so we are actually leaving tonight. A bus is coming at midnight and we are driving for three hours to Varkala. Perhaps we waited for cover of nightfall to make our move. I'm imagining that this is a major stealth operation so we may be driving with the headlights off. ...