Hotel Parvathi Residency
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... which involved placing some red paste on our foreheads whilst chanting and then lighting some small candles in front of a statue of a Hindu god. All very lovely, but given that the 3 of us are not Hindu, we kind of felt a little silly. The shops and restaurants cater to the domestic audience, which we absolutely loved, so we were able to eat some delicious street food for ...
... Ocean, Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. It also has a smattering of monuments, temples and Christian churches.
We had a timely breakfast at 8am and took off promptly at 9 am, on our way to Kanyakumari, 240+ kilometers. We usually like to keep our daily km's below 150 km so this was a stretch for us. But we knew much of it would be on National Highways, the best ...
... this morning we did an hour of yoga. They too have joined the Ayurvedic treatment, also called PACHAMARKA, i.e.'5 actions: meditation, yoga, selected food, massage and relaxation, more or less as yoga that means mind-body union and requires these five elements, at least according to the local guru Vishenanda.The good friendship with Ms.Ethe, from Durban is going on and with a French couple of Saint Raphael and ...
... sunset and sunrise along with hundreds of others. We were both shocked at the amount of beggars that were around for the sun rising. Some of them carried some pretty obvious heavy ailments and some that were familiar from our leprosy hospital field trip. We had a nice break from rice for a few meals and stayed in a comfortable place with clean sheets. Our last weekend trip before going back to Neyyardam and packing our things to ...
... did wander in stary eyed and quietly fascinated, taking in all the detail.
However Shaff was scared for an entirely different reason. To his horror he was asked to take his shirt off which is the custom when you enter some Hindu temples. He noted that after 3 months of ghee laden Thalis he was no longer at his ‘physical peak’ and may struggle to suck in all his bellys for the entire visit!
Tourists are asked to pay a priest Rs100 ...