Vrindavanam Heritage Home
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... Built in the late 1800's by a Brit, nothing much seems to have changed since then. As it has been raining for the last few days no tea has been picked, so the machinery was all idle, our guide started it all up as we came to each piece, so that we would have an idea how it all worked. It all seemed like a museum. A family of Australians arrived at tea time, parents and 3 teenage kids. We met up for supper, they are really nice, and having a nice chat ...
The night before a large section of the Shiva population had agreed to move on. It would have been easy to dump weeks or even months into slothing in Varkala, but Lauren and I were both a little bored of the beach life (I'm really not built for being a beach bum). So we spent the evening working the crowd, lobbying for a trip to Alleppy. We convinced the two boys (JJ and Max), Alex, Robert and two more guys (Sebastian and Eric).
... Essentially the meal is based around a heaped portion of local rice (very nice and distinctly different to "normal" rice) with smaller portions of very tasty food around the centrally placed mountainous volumes of rice. Then you "take rice" and then place it in the smaller food portions. Then by moving this new combo of food and moulding it, you scoop into your awaiting fingers and place it into your mouth. The final shove coming ...
... Beju ended up driving Jo to the hospital dropping me off on the way for dinner. I go to the same restaurant as last night, tonight fish Marsala, yummy. The staff were so pleased to see me I kept on getting dishes I had not ordered. Once again dinner was amazing. Tuk tuk back to guest house, No sign of Jo yet. But Natasha does tell me that Jack, the dog, split is nail this morning and cannot walk, OMG it comes in 3s I tell her. No in Poland it is in pairs. We both hope it is pairs. Bed ...
... life. We then stopped for a fantastic lunch served on a banana leaf that included huge fresh water prawns, fish, vegetable curry, pickles, banana curd and a banana flower and lentil side dishes delicious served with local Kerala rice which is much larger than normal rice. We washed it down fresh coconut juice and the flesh to eat as well. I was so stuffed by the end of it we certainly needed to get back on our kayaks to work it all off.
I also told ...