Sreekrishna Ayurveda Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
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... streets and doubled back again around round-a-bouts asking rickshaw drivers where the home-stay was and double double backing some more. Unfortunately I think the lad started to realise he had over stepped the mark by offering to take me somewhere when he didn't know the address. Personally I was quite happy on the bike; the air was cool, riding a bike with out a lid was pretty cool too. But unfortunately we managed to stumble across my room all ...
... creeds, all politics and all nationalities. The purpose of Auroville is to realize human unity." Greg and his family are a couple of months into their probationary year and talking about the challenges of such a major lifestyle change was extremely interesting. I’m sceptical at best but this whole trip is about seeing a different side of the coin and we will be close to Auroville when we go to Puducherry so it might be worth a visit to one of their ...
... 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 ...
... a cruise through the tropical lushness.
I joined a small group with 2 guides and we set out in a couple of canoes for a day's punting around the rivers and inlets, stopping here and there for something to eat, visiting remote temples, cracking coconuts, checking out rice paddies, and ...
... once we were off the main lake the waterways were very quiet, had houses dotted along the edges with residents fishing or washing outside their homes. We pottered along and a slow and relaxing pace, enjoying the scenery - it was stunning, bright green paddy fields stretching out away from the water ways into villages in the distance with no roads or industry in site. It was interesting chatting to my boat mate, she was a very outspoken journalist from ...