Aranya Nivas KTDC
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... solely in my birthday suit I find it easy to drift away into quiet contemplation, followed by an almost hypnotic trance.
Coman is in the room next door and when we both emerge, glowing with oil and blissfully serene, it’s about as much as we can do to make it the 30 yards to our room and collapse on the bed, wrapped in our robes, falling fast asleep. We’re rudely awakened after thirty minutes by a text wishing us Happy New Year from a friend trying to get in ...
... spices such as black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon and clove.
Kerala was highly influenced by Christian Portuguese Immigrants and it is seen in its high number of Catholic Churches amidst the Hindu Temples and Moslem Shrines, alike.
NOTES: Kerala, regionally referred as Keralam, is a state located in the south-west region of India on the Malabar Coast. It is spread over 15,005 square miles with a population of 33,387,677. It is bordered ...
Again we checked out early, got to the bus station for the supposed 8:15 bus...after going to the tourist help desk about 4 times we discovered that the bus had been cancelled & we needed to catch a bust to a place called Kottayam then a second bus to Kumily. All in the journey took about 6/7hrs again! Our backsides are beginning to take the shape of a bus chair! Time does ...
Strolled downtown Thekaddi last night in the dark with flashlight searching for pharmacy for tensor bandage for Inga.Found it! The night life was crazy and exhilarating and a tiny bit scary..almost got in between some teen boys spoiling for a rumble.We got back safe and sound because we are Vikings.
This morning early our driver insisted we go for elephant ride which was a ...
... a boat ride.
We spent a very peaceful hour relaxing and sunning ourselves by the lake and it seemed like a world away from the hustle and bustle of the Indian cities we had seen so far.
On our tour there were many Indian families and couples who were also taking a break from things, we could instantly see why Kerala was so popular with local tourists.
After almost falling asleep we dragged ourselves back to ...