Tharavad Heritage Resort
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... when we arrived to the beach, it was quite a problem to find a restaurant that can make us fried fish (we were really craving it). We wandered around the beach for probably 2 hours, chasing the crabs and checking out various beach side hotels, but couldn't find anything suitable. As we were wandering along the beach, a kid came running to us asking for a pen and i gave him 2 pens that i had in my handbag. On our way back he saw us and asked for another pen for ...
... not prepared for are the many Catholic churches in bright or even gaudy hues. We had noticed our driver Joy had a rosary hanging from his rear-view mirror but hadn't appreciated that Kerala is a mostly catholic state.
Unlike the severely beautiful churches at home these have a light and lovely aspect, coupled with an Indian love of bright colour and flower garlands adorn the statues and relics. Even the ATM had a picture of Jesus and a rosary ...
... slow eater, but now I eat as fast as I can while sharing amazing food all around the world, or else there won’t be a morsel left for me. I never thought it would be my wife that would teach me what competitive eating is all about.
6. She has given me the opportunity to learn new things, such as the cell phone industry in India, whenever she breaks or loses something.
5. I don’t have to take an hour to try to ...
... and a potential social cringe was avoided... but I will still avoid those sort of situations if I can... Just in case.
We started with a great lunch sat by the water, fried fish, veg curries, grated beetroot and coconut... More nyom...
Our canoe ride was relaxing and so scenic, you know that I am not going to remember all of the birds I saw, but here goes... Cormorants, king fishers, bee eaters, brahmin kites, briny heron, pond heron, and brown ...
... that evening sat back at The Dream Nest, we were treated to one of Alleppey's nightly power cuts, which arrives every evening between 10 and 10.30, and which brought Jason scurrying out with candles. The next morning we were out by 8am and heading to the boat jetty in the centre of town, where we were introduced to our elderly guide for the day. Regrettably despite several attempts we didn't manage to pick up his name, and got into one of those awkward situations where it ...