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Here I sit in the breezy lobby at the beach town of Kovalam, trying to get caught up on my travel blog before hitting the road again. It was lovely to be back in the Western Ghats and Periyar after the chaos of Madurai. Like most of our stops, this one involved two nights. After our arrival and a late lunch we were off to have a tour of a Spice Plantation. Kerala has been renowned for its spices and they were what brought ...
... oiling my hair and massaging my scalp. Nice but pretty odd considering my attire. After about 10 mins I slipped onto the hard oak table where my man oiled me up to the max and went for it tummy side up first. It was nice but didn't seem anything special and my white loin cloth was now see through. Face down became more shameful than shameless when he undid the back thong part of the loin cloth and spread my legs a bit. I could feel my balls in the open air. He used ...
... strange variations of vegetables we see at home. You will almost find every spice in your cupboard is grown in the garden somewhere, Mr Abdul explains the processes for extracting the spices and ramparts his advise on how best to use them in foods and medicine... Three of us had a 'chilli challenge', the thing was no bigger than a rice gran, but it froze Tom, Owen and my face for about 45 mins burnt with the heat of 4000 ...
... to prepare a revised project and estimate which was approved in 1884 by his superiors. 1895 - Construction of the Mullaperiyar Dam and in 1899 - Formation of the Periyar Lake Reserve.
The sanctuary surrounds picturesque 26 km2 (10 sq mi) Periyar lake, formed by the building of Mullaperiyar Dam in 1895. This reservoir and the Periyar River meander around the contours of the wooded hills, providing a permanent source of water for the ...
... birds, and the long-tail squirrel that looks like a monkey. No elephants, although my driver does try very hard to spot them. I am glad I saw some yesterday, from the boat. I am also glad that I was not chased by them, for sure.
When I get back to Pepper County I am exhausted. I am greeted enthusiastically by some new guests, a delightful - and amazing I will soon come to learn - couple from Cornwall, England. Graham and Pat. ...