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Relaxing day at the pool, on a canoe, massage and sunset viewing
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... houses from the surrounding villages, and set within a series of irrigation canals in a coconut grove. It's all meant to be very ecological, with Eco sanitation, recycled water, a biomass digester ( whatever that is!).
Have booked myself an Ayurvedic head massage for tomorrow, that's after I've been on an early morning birding trip with the hotel naturalist, don't think Ron's up for that.
We swam in the pool, then went to watch the sun set over the lake....very ...
... remember to collect them from the ticket machine in Lincoln train station) Cats will go to Hazel's for their own holiday; Xmas and new year to celebrate , then off we go. So, the builders want to start work on Jim's housing adaptions while we are away? Ok... And you will need access to the spare bedroom? Bugger... A whole pile of tidying and sorting that wasn't on my to do list. With Hazel and Toms help, Jim and I get stuff sorted and ...
... then jumped in w tuktuk to the oldest hotel on the peninsular which coincidentally (if its a coincidence that we had checked earlier and made a booking with the manager) had happy hour from 11am-6pm (that's the happiest hour I've ever heard of) that had buy 2 beers get one free. So we sat up the top of the hotel that had a grand view of the setting sun and a enjoyed our beers there chomping on peanuts. It was funny because we were sitting enjoying our beers looking out at the ...
... four lazy days aimlessly getting lost amid the calming throng of these streets and we both agreed that Fort Kochi felt like a somewhat lavish holiday from our holiday- a respite from India!
Having come all this way, it would have been sacrilegious not to have seen a Kathakali performance. This acutely stylized dance-drama originated from Kerala during the Seventeenth Century. Me and Jeff arrived at ...
... and met our guide, Anil Kumar, a very nice young man (and knowledgeable, too, but then, remember, I can't really comment on that because I'm not here to learn.)
From there, we got onto a cute little boat with a woven cover with one boatman in the front and one in the back, who we seldom saw. The little boat we were on carried only the two boatmen, an older Indian Gujarati couple, our guide, and the two of us gals. We could have been ...