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... was neat as well, though we were a bit torn because they were all chained and just standing around not looking very happy. In fact they all seemed to wave their heads about trying to create some sort of motion. It reminded me of how large cats kept in small cages at zoos succumb to some syndrome where they are always just pacing back and forth. There were signs up at different points indicating you should not stand in front of particular elephants because they ...
Where to start. The food. Ahh the food. Definitely the highlight of the trip so far. It is out of this world-we are all definitely going to be very chapatti-fatty when we return. Getting very into curry for breakfast and perfecting the art of eating with no hands-is all in the thumb flick.
Now to the country. India is the biggest contrast of a country I have ever experienced-it is hot, busy, crowded, dirty, stressful and frustrating. However it is also ...
... we were going to find it as the guesthouse man's directions were pretty rubbish, but then we smelt it; a brilliant tandoori barbecue smell wafting down the road followed by the sight of barbecue smoke. There was a guy cooking the food outside and we sat down inside amazed at how busy it was for 10 o'clock. Nat had a chicken chilly, a vague spicy chicken curry and Izzy had a single tandoori chicken that was basically a chicken 1/4. The chickens here are scrawny things and ...
... day starts with the visit of our doctor, and after explaining our reasons to be there he sets up a schedule of massages and potions to take. The day starts at 6 am with the intake of some sour syrups, then at 7am we practice yoga for one hour followed by pranayama exercises. Breakfast is served in the main hall with a view of a pond where kingfishers stake their prey perched on some branches. Dosas, idli ...
... with the place we got and
the people sleeping close to us. The compartment looked a bit like a prison
because of the matching (open) windows, no AC ...
Other places to stay in Trichur
Chembottil Lane Swaraj Round South, Trichur | Hotelfrom $11
Mullassery Building, Trichur | Hotelfrom $23
TB Road, Trichur | Hotelfrom $64
P.O.Box No.651, Trichur | 4 star hotelfrom $68