Green Woods Resort
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... were so small and distant that it was hardly worth them being mentioned at all.
After breakfast we went to the spice plantation. A very knowledgeable guide, who supported Manchester United but had an Arsenal hat on, showed us around. We saw:
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... treat. Most of the group also opted to go and ride, wash, feed elephants. They are no longer capturing wild elephants and training them to do this (thank heavens). I opted not to go as there is part of me that is resistant to this practice. A couple of other interesting activities were firstly watching the ancient martial arts of Kalari and secondly, attending a cooking class in a family's home. As a great fan of coconut oil, ...
... a palace, some temples, the synagogue (which being Saturday was closed anyway), the spice market and the fishing nets. Janey didn't want to see the churches, the temples or the synagogue, she'd already seen the nets, so the poor guide was a bit at a loss! He suggested the laundry, which Janey hadn't the heart to say she'd already seen, so they went there and to the ginger warehouse and the spice market. By the time she got back, I was feeling well enough to go to the ...
... manny luck the temple festival was that night. with the original dance , and fire dancers , and other strange dance , lots of drum music and bells. and the biggest temple elephant i saw. she was nice decorated with bells and paint and lots of gold decoration.
also the dancers where really nice dressed. and there where so many nice things to see that we watched for a long time.
this was amazing to see because its once in a year.
... transferred to Lisbon. Queen Elizabeth II also visited in 1997 and Prince Charles was due to visit tomorrow, 14th of November. So, South India taken first Portuguese, followed by Dutch and culminating with the British. Before them Chinese, Fenicians and Muslims, just to mentioned a few. The main common denominator the trade of spices It is important to notice that India is quite tolerant with respect to religion. The great majority of Hindues live happily next to Shikhs, ...