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... buckets and gravy/vegetables from the tall triple bowls. Then we spent about half an hour in this small spices shop randomly pointing at spices and getting packs of 100-250 grams. we ended up probably with 3 kg worth of spices and paid about £10 for everything. We should be covered for at least a couple of years... On the way back to ...
We were treated with a splendid lunch, a traditional Kerala lunch of rice, vegetables, fish fry and chicken curry. More than the taste, we were stunned by the effort they took to arrange and make it look pleasing to the eyes as well, with sheer professionalism.
After a hearty lunch, we literally felt at home, as the house boat made its way slowly across the lake, and the rain gods greeted us with a strong down pour as well.
We were also able to take a canoe ...
... I worked on did need to be redone lol. What fun. They gave me as a gift a lovely flower necklace. I spent about 20 minute with these guys, loved every minute of it. I cannot say how touched I am with the friendliness of Indians, something I never thought would have happened. Blows away your preconceived ideas. All I can say to any only coming to this country is embrace it, be wary but trust your judgement. I wander around some more before I am find by ...
... we decided to venture further out to the nearest tea plantation. After restocking on water and some biscuits at the local stall off we walked this time on the main road. The mid day sun was beating down on us as we walked past open fields. A local man grinned at us with a big smile as we asked the way to the Lekshmi estate. Far away he said and really hot. Undeterred we began our ascent up a windy road. Up and up we went, following the noisy stream as water ...
... us for a good fifteen minutes. Some estate workers who passed by said that there was also a pair of Great Pied Hornbills in this area........
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