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... day, right time, perfect. The website wouldn’t take my credit card. Breathe. Just breathe. So after numerous attempts. I can be persistant. A power cut. Ok. Let it go. Obviously this isn’t the time. Maybe God has another plan?
March 25, 2013
This morning we left Sreedhari. 5:30 am came very quickly, especially after only a few hours sleep. We were on the road by 6:30 am heading to the Western Ghats. WOW. What a journey. I am now sitting ...
March 4 I am sooo sleepy this morning. In the middle of the night I woke up scratching my arms. Itchy. I felt like I was getting bites. I soon dismissed it as I had been experiencing patches of itchy skin all day. So I quickly brushed off the bed, just in case, and lay back down anticipating the return to dreamland. Ok still itchy, and getting worse. I jumped up grabbed my flashlight...and my glasses. Sure enough teeny tiny ants!! My worst nightmare! (ok thats a bit dramatic) but ...
... to my room with a abrupt case of what we call in India “loose motions” (which is a good thing when doing ayurvedic treatments) With all my travels in India it has been a common occurrence…the difference this time is… it is intentional. After I felt I could dare be away from the toilet I walked back to the hall to give Annie the good news! She smiled and patted my arm “good, good” Truth be told, I felt much better that ...
... sandwich, what a great start to the day.
We sat back to enjoy the scenery as the train entered God's own country – Kerala. Arriving in Cochin we met our driver and it was a 2 hour drive to the backwaters of Kerala. This is a large area of water where three rivers meet and areas of land have been reclaimed to create many islands. Running down from the Ghats these waters served as part of the original spice routes. The car ...
... Alappuzha, where the mountains slowly become smaller and small streams grow to become the Backwaters. We rented a boathouse and explored the water highways as the small houses on the coast show the culture of simple living next to the rice fields. Although the terrain was now flat, the jungle still surrounded us with its mystery and palm trees attempting to reach over the water. The scenery resembled the deltas back in Argentina but with more of a jungle ...
Other places to stay in Trichur
Chembottil Lane Swaraj Round South, Trichur | Hotelfrom $11
Mullassery Building, Trichur | Hotelfrom $23
TB Road, Trichur | Hotelfrom $60
P.O.Box No.651, Trichur | 4 star hotelfrom $63