Hotel Kumily Gate
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... Sam suggested it and I immediately loved the idea. No one else from the group was interested; this didn't bother me. Sam had given Michel and me the instructions as to what to say to the tuk-tuk driver. It was as easy as A, B, C!
A look at the lake and a scroll around! That’s what it was supposed to be! But once there, ...
... greetings early. Oh the joys of technology, but thank you for the kind thoughts… you know who you are!
Showered free of the healing oils and dressed for dinner in one of my newly designed shirts, we venture out to see what the New Year’s Eve gala entertainment promises for the night ahead. For the past thirty minutes David Guetta has been blasting out of the speakers but it transpires that is just an early disco for the kids. The adults have a more ...
... When the Government nationalised the forests it brought starvation, malnutrition and disease to the adivasi people. ACCORD was founded in 1985 to assist adivsi communities to take control of their lives after it was discovered that they were being exploited and their ancestral lands were being taken away. Through activism, advocacy, community and cultural organisation, ACCORD has assisted the adivasi people to retrieve their ancestral land and realise their ...
... to the north and north east, Tamil Nadu to the east and south, and the Laccadive Sea to the west.
The region was a prominent spice exporter from 3000 BCE to 3rd century. The Chera Dynasty was the first powerful kingdom based in Kerala, though it frequently struggled against attacks from the neighboring Cholas and Pandyas. During the Chera period Kerala
576remained an international spice trading center. Later, in the 15th century, the ...
Up and packed, visited Connemara tea factory and learnt how tea was produced and tasted a sample then carried on our way along twisty roads, when toilets, lunch & the hotel were just 6 km away we experienced a road block. It was 1pm and the road was not due to be opened till 3pm. We used the time to visit the ashram that we were scheduled to see tomorrow only......everybody was in prayer till 3pm! Visited various sighs ...