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... tell. Nevertheless, despite the distinct lack of wild animals it’s a diverting enough way to spend an hour, and as the sun starts to heat the day Coman snoozes beside me purring contentedly like a cat. Once back on land we rejoin Tensing and he takes us back to our hotel for breakfast and to change into more summery gear before we set off again for The Spice Farm in Kumily, known as the Cardamom Hills of Kerala. Our guide here is a young guy called Anoz, who is quite the flirt ...
... in a small bucket and eventually flushed him down the toilet before I showered. Had to turn the a/c down overnight so never got the right temperature. Chalk up another so so sleep in India. Some wifi before brekkie.
Brekkie talk with Ray and Diana was mostly about touring Cuba. Pam came down, sitting kitty corner to Susie; not much chit chat amongst the roomies. It was a set menu of juice, coffee [or tea], omelet and toast. D1 was worried that the ...
... going to our hotel, we visited Abraham's Spice Garden, featured along with 79 other gardens in a BBC documentary. Although there were amazing flowers, the highlight really was the spices. Abraham gave the tour himself and was a very sweet man. Just before leaving Ottawa, I cleaned out our spice cupboard. After a visit to Abraham's, I now have enough spices to refill the cupboard back home!
Upon arriving at the hotel, I opted for ...
... people returning to the ship. Went to Johnny Rockets for lunch and brought Bob and Marg a milkshake to slurp.
Kent couldn't get back into our room as the batteries were dead in the lock...never knew that could happen. Finally got a fellow to fix it and we were finally able to go home. No time for a swim but enjoyed the day fully. Sue and Dawn are really fun to travel with.
We found out today that the Scottish name for Macfarlane is "Fadgie".
... one of the cleanest states in India, which is very noticeable from the north, also a lot greener. 98% of children can read and write again one of the best states for this in the country. A feeling of wealthiness with regards to homes. Kerala backwaters are made up of several different islands that interlink via boats,either private or government owned ...
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