Club Mahindra Ashtamudi
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- Swimming pool
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... here was very odd, decorated in a jungle/midsummer night's dream theme, with a small footbridge on entry (and then a painting of the same on the wall) - which you can see from the photos.
We had planned to do another boat trip from here, to Munroe Island, but the weather turned and we had torrential rain for our 2 days here. We did venture out on 13 November to ...
... to watch us over her shoulder and huge breasts as we passed her by. Pulling into the jetty at Kollam, we reflected on our favourite journey in India by some distance. 'Tiny' Kollam (it's got 380,000 people, Lonely Planet!) was supposed to be a brief evening stopover, barely worthy of a mention in this blog, and certainly not deserving of a blog of its own. But the rickshaw driver who picked us up and took us to the forgettable Hotel Karuna near the train station ...
... and roads drunk , they are treacherous , pot holes, uneven pavements, stray dogs lying around and then ofcourse you need to watch out for the snakes !!!
I am disappointed to say that after 2 weeks I still wasn't quick enough to take a picture of the mongooses at the hotel , we saw them every day but they were so fast! The only snakes we saw were water snakes and the only things that bit us were the mozzies!
We left Eden Garden on 3 Jan and ...
... is rather nice. They include Ayurvedic water, which is warm rosewater. Surprisingly it tastes okay. I do not sign for up any Ayurvedic treatments here as I plan to do that in the next place I stay. I arrange to have my laundry done and I sit down to work on my blog.
I end up talking to Vishal, my friend and contact in India, on skype. He called the hotel reception and left a message. They have to ...
... As we watched, they brought out some of the small fish we had bought to snack on. They were good, but I was pretty weirded out by the fact that we were eating a lot of the bones. The fish were so small that besides the backbone, the rest were small enough that they were soft and okay to eat. But, it was still odd, so I only ate one and waited for the prawns. The chef cooked those in a masala gravy, and damn they were good. I may have to ...