Hotel Taj Malabar New Wing
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... we think were drongos that appeared as soon as we put down our cameras.We had to leave rather promptly as we had booked an Ayurvedic massage,a 1 1/2 hour oil massage with a steam bath to finish.It was certainly relaxing and so we were glad to get to the hotel where we could spend an hour or two swimming in the infinity pool overlooking a vast lake.The only downside is that the hotel is dry so no bottle of beer with our ...
... so much more beautiful if the trash could be used in a positive way. As I mentioned, nearly everyone wears plastic flip-flops or sandals. These cheap shoes don't last and with so many people living here, old shoes create a problem. Plastic, from water bottles, to toys, accounts for most of the garbage. As we waited for flight in Frankfurt, we read an article about garbage in the New York Times. According to the story, garbage is a huge problem - but India is ...
... got talking to the men that worked there and they said that Kerala's government have made alcohol illegal and want to make a sober south India, which is silly because like they said, tourists want to relax with a beer when they have an evening meal. The government must know that it's going on, everywhere sells beer in coffee mugs! It's so funny to see. After a rubbish night sleep because it was so hot Monday night, we went out late from the hotel, went back ...
... a sight to be seen on their return, drowned rats comes to mind. I wish id have had the energy to have got some pics to show you. I'll hand over to Laura to update you on their day.
Leaving Frankie in her sickbed we headed off to see the fishing nets, arrived in sunshine , after 10 mins the clouds gathered, got back in our rickshaw as the ...
... watching over their garden wall so we gave them water guns to join in too. They looked like they had so much fun that we said they could keep the water guns after we'd finished. In the evening we went out for dinner and then came across an Australian man in town. He said that lots of people were taking part in the national rickshaw run which starts on Sunday and they were all at a bar down the road. We went along and got chatting to some of them. We had ...