Club Mahindra Ashtamudi
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... through the backwaters without a car horn to be heard was bliss! One of the most enjoyable things in Kollam was finding a really nice restaurant called All Spice - they had the best ice cream sundaes ever!! We went back a couple of times to this place... Mostly just for the Sundaes! Only a couple more days left in India and then off to Sri Lanka - cant ...
... 1 hour later we are tucked up in our cosy bamboo hut listening to the rain pour down. Our cute little bamboo hut has a few nice perks with a posh sofa and an outside bathroom decorated with jungle painted scenery. It's fun showering in the rain with trees above your head. I felt like a child playing in the rain again before we'd get told off because we were soaked 'you'll catch a cold with wet hair outside' ha. They have some great moustaches out here! We've had a ...
... each and a number of journey snacks for considerably less. Just after 10.30 we pulled away, heading inland and following the route we had taken the previous day, before turning south towards Kollam. Seating ourselves on the top deck (sheltered by a ceiling even Jenna had to duck to walk under) we had a great view across the lakes, down the canals and over the fields. The boat stuck to the larger waterways, and if we needed more reassurance that the backwaters are still ...
We decided to treat ourselves to a massage seen as though we were working vey hard at the coffee shop, it is tiring being on facebook all day. We splashed out and chose the full body massage for £3. They asked us did we mind doing it in the same room and we said that was fine. Our first instructions was to take our clothes off. We are both stood there in our bra and ...
... was in the midst of a marathon Darshan session which had commenced early in the morning, and would last late into the night, until the last person in line had received their Darshan, We watch as she hugs one person after another, and observe the throngs of faithful in the audience watching the dispensing of the darshan while chanting along with the bharjan being recited by a handful of performers and vocalists.
We then make our way to the second floor of the temple, which ...