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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... sell organic.
Every day we have our fresh coconut water, we eat most of the time wheat free, they also have vegan, the food is very diverse but they sure like their sweets. One of the favourite is raw pumpkin cheese cake, nothing like it so I hear, we stay away from sugars.
There are all sorts of activities and workshops to take, massages, pool, wellness centre, I'm going to take ...
... so hard, there wont be much bouncing about on them. Extremely quaint but clean and homely, with photos of the original Mrs B, husband and other family members including Miss B who now owns the property. We got settled in and crashed pretty quickly - only to discover we had a mosquito in the room….grrrr…..it was time to ‘christen’ the mosquito net - yet another essential item brought with us from the UK, fun and games putting ...
... All of this blended together in a chaotic melody of honking horns and a surprisingly lack of collisions. My head just goes back and forth attempting to take it all in. There are little outdoor barbers on the streets, food vendors and women dressed in all sorts of vibrant colors. There is also poverty, a sad reality that is hard to see. One thing I noticed was people carrying big loads of branches ...
... cookies for the flights and drive us to the airport. Our first flight (to Minneapolis) was quick and easy and we slept through most of it. However, our second flight was probably the most challenging flight either of us has ever been on due to a small child (maybe 3 or 4 years old?) screaming and shrieking at the top of her lungs for the ENTIRE 8 hour flight; earplugs and mp3 players barely took the edge off so we were thrilled to touch down in France and deboard. A quick layover ...
... swim it's back on the boat for 2 hours of tranquility. Kelly and I both fall asleep at one point! We stop for lunch prepared by our canoe captain's wife at his home in one of the backwater villages the villagers still live avert simple life here with small homes. A traditional Keralan lunch on a banana leaf, fish, rice, coconut curry veg and pickles, delicious. We sit and chat to his wife for a while who speaks a little English and is ...