Club Mahindra Back Water Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... barge where we had to wave to nearly every local we passed - felt a bit like a tropical, less royal version of the Queen and Philip on the Jubilee barge! In the evening we moored up at a really peaceful spot and had a great dinner, but given guest houses seem to rarely have a constant supply of electricity here, houseboats certainly don't, so no air-con, and teeth brushing by (head) torchlight!
... booked. The next morning we moved to a sea view hut, which was much better. We had our bamboo hut with ensuite bathroom, a porch with a couple of recliners and a hammock. The hammock was lovely and comfortable, but did nothing for my dignity. Although it was waist high when we walked up to it, the rope it was hung from was so stretchy that as I sat in it, it almost lowered me to the ground. In fact, when I laid down in it, if I shuffled the wrong way,by bottom touched the ...
The amount of dirty laundry that piled up during the month long trip had to be attended to. One interesting observation is that most or all of the washing machines in India don't have a full fledged drier attached to it. This forces people to use the abundant natural sunlight to dry clothes and in the process saving ...
... what part of the parade you went to
I had my ‘badge’ pinned to my tee shirt, and everyone wanted to have a look at it, I don’t know what it said on it, but I got smiles and a thumbs up after they read it
All along the way, I was given food, drinks, all part of everyone’s offering to the parade I guess, the water was really appreciated, it was hot and humid and everyone was shiny with sweat, I had put on clean ...
Today is the first day at Aarsha Yoga Vidya Peetham Ashram in Kerala, India. I arrived yesterday evening and was greeted with a sign being held by an Indian guy who works at the ashram and is also participating in the course. Lija (pronounced Lia) from Austria shared the ride down with me and we are now roommates at the ashram. Today is very relaxed as Bhooma (our Swami) assumes everyone is jetlagged and needs ...