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... strewn procession welcoming our group, dancing and drumming, and even an hour-long punting boat ride on a canal through the village. A traditional Onam lunch was served, and everybody loved it. I spent the day in bed, and dragged myself to dinner with the group tonight. Hopefully all will be back to normal by tomorrow!
... Museum. According to its own flyer, this is 'the world's biggest name for dynasty, nobility, culture, heritage and most valued antique collection in this universe'. It is worth seeking out. The collection built around that of a single Indian antique dealer is displayed in a composite temple and grand house of traditional Keralan styles. The ground floor is based on a Malabar mansion and full of artefacts from North Kerala - statues of gods, beasts, a large wooden ...
... shouldn't shower for half an hour so we rest in the icy cold air conditioned room. We are then ready for the sunset cruise where we see the delhi "princess"from the canoe cruise yesterday who says the houseboat wasn't as spectacular as she had hoped!!! She bosses her brother in law around by telling him what photos to take and that this is a much better sunset. We take in as much beauty as we can over her moaning!!! We dock just as the ...
... and a small child ran up to Dee to give her a little Indian flag which she quickly discovered should be waved by hand (MUCH to the delight of young children) rather than displayed in her hair.
As you can now see, our first week here was exciting, delicious, exhausting, and hectic, a mini-preview of our coming two months in this rich, ancient, diverse country of crowds, hospitality, and culture. Coming soon: an account of our experiences with marriage traditions in southern India...stay ...
... bread and dhal. The cook at camp was truly magnificent, he’d been the camp cook on the poaching team and for this Forestry camp nearly 30 years of experience. The man wasn’t afraid to make it spicy and insisted on piling our plates higher than we could possibly consume. After filling ourselves to the brim we hit the trails in search of the elusive elephant.
It would have been fine not finding the elephants, not everyone sees them. Though not as rare as the ...