Vrindavanam Heritage Home
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... With no time to lose we powered away and hit the network of peaceful waterways. Relaxing on the big shaded deck above was just what needed after our little bouts of sickness. Ahhhh, good times. A big fresh lunch and some good cruising time later we moored up amongst the many other houseboats for the setting sun. Not even the endless amounts of Mosquitos could dampen the mood we were in, some dinner later and some more relaxing and we retreated to our comfy room for shut ...
... like perfect timing and looked forward to a lie in! However the moral of this story is always check with the chef, as he said breakfast should have been at 7.30 with a view to sail at 10.30am Oops! Snack at 12pm was fresh pinapple. Lunch was served at 2pm again and was certainly a feast fit for a king. We were told that this is traditionally how an indian couple eat on their wedding day. The food was served to us rather than help ourselves as usual. Banana leaves ...
... for a break. We return to the art cafe where we had lunch a couple of days ago and order iced coffee and chocolate cake. Believe it or not this is the first cake that has passed our lips since arriving in India. I was tempted with lemon cake in Hampi but, unsure how long it had been there, gave it a miss. The cake here is in sealed glass cabinets and only one slice has been cut - it looks moist indicating it's likely to be fresh. The cake arrives - it is indeed moist and ...
... a little punk. The price is a few sarcastic cracks at my expense, but I am regularly making him pay that back with wise cracks of my own. I suppose I am a little punk too. The massages in Chinatown though are lovely actually, and about a quarter of the cost of a Newbury Street massage. Once your eyes adjust to the dark, you can de-robe and they cover you with white linen sheets. I thought this massage in Kerala was going to be similar. Nope! Side note: I realize my blogs are a lot ...
... on the beach. Don't expect any photo in a menu to be correct out here....They do not sell eggs Benedict or gammon steak & chips so don't be fooled. It's all false advertisement. They have these pictures yet they don't sell pig of any sort because they are hindu ha! Ooooookkk then 22rupees (26p) on a Colgate toothbrush! 710 rupees (£8.49) for 2x steak dinners with veg, salad, chips & garlic bread. A large kingfisher beer & a vodka & tonic. Bargain! 17th and ...