Green Palace Kerala Resort
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... adventure for me. Others preferred to sit on the boat and read and draw. I preferred to get out and explore. We were so close to people's homes that you really didn't need to get off the boat to know what was going on so at least Maya and Dan got a whiff of what life is like there.
Locals, especially kids, were very friendly and were just as entertained by me (at least i think so:) as I was by them. Glad I ...
... elephants being washed. We found a place for a cup of chai and then for no reason that I can remember found ourselves back at the temple where the now very brightly adorned elephants were inside. You have to imagine the temple is more like a covered complex within which there are various shrines to many different gods. The elephants were lined up, each with four boys on them, facing some drummers and wind instruments a bit like large oboes. The ...
... time and wishes made again. Goa is such a sanitised version of
India, but we love it behind the creatures of habit that we are! Our batteries
felt pretty recharged as we left the beach, and we will come back again to
recharge in a short while. For now our plans take us southbound, and to our houseboat
trip in Allepey Kerela, India’s most southerly state.
We watched our final sunset, drank our final beers on
Palolem beach, said our “see you ...
... Movies, music, ivy league schools and the failings of his family. And his constant New York chatter makes these repetitious. I like him despite this and so I am much more willing to endure this for the moments of genuine insightful humour he brings and his wealth of stories from an unequivocally interesting life. The boys find it unbearable. You can see them flinch.
The couple of restaurants we'd heard of were closed so we ate at Hot Kitchen after wandering past ...
... and cars are becoming more and more common. We stayed at Kaits Guesthouse, 4 little guest cabins along one of the larger waterways. We had a nice shady porch with a fan, open access to canoes and meals guaranteed to make you sink if you happened to fall in the water! The Homestay is also a small farm, with mangoes, passion fruit, papayas, coconuts and bananas growing all around us. Why do we live in Calgary again? Hard to get ...