Sreekrishna Ayurveda Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... little too large for most transactions but probably ok for a hotel and I took a long walk to find the boat jetty. The boat was due to leave the following morning at 7.30 so I wanted to know exactly where I needed to be.
With the details of the ferry logged in my head I walked to the beach. There was a level crossing on the way so I propped myself up against the nearest lamp-post in the shade and waited along with the other cyclists, cars ...
... Scottish who saw the potential
of the fertile lands and crops here and who developed a prosperous tea, coffee
and spice plantation business which fell under the remit of the Indian
colonisation by the British.
Kerela is a pricy place to stay, and there are not that any
backpacker friendly options so finding somewhere within our budget, and that
has availability has been a little bit of a challenge but this one popped up
and promises a fully enlightening ...
... they are not so lucrative; needless to say, the locals vote for the greenbacks.
Food in Kerala is rich and spicy, heavy on the coconut and utterly delicious. In Mantacherry you can wander around the spice warehouses and watch the merchants trading cardamom, ...
... 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.
... Heart is huge down here, you see it everywhere. This was actually really neat to see. And the two men, father and son, were extremely friendly to talk to and explain their craft. But, the Mosquitos were out and we could not wait to get back on the house boat and wash some more of the Indian oil off. After dinner, Eric and I enjoyed a beer on the deck, as we watched lizards hunt for flies on the walls and bamboo ceilings. Which is also when I started this epic-long blog entry! ...