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Tickets were purchased immediately and boat boarded an hour later. Was I ever glad to be here even though I looked like a stuffed turkey with the life jacket on!
As for the scenes, they were awesome but the best part was seeing those Indian elephants in the act of ablution and playfulness by the lake!
... macheted open and a bar selling drinks of all varieties.
Before the food is served however, the entertainment programme starts. We are treated to dancers, singers, musicians and martial arts displays, all from various parts of Indian culture but with the emphasis mostly local. We even have some more Kathakali theatre although it only lasts twenty minutes this time. Coman and I are so relieved at the speed of the performance we actually get on stage and have our photo taken ...
... massive grin! We went to Periyar as Sara wanted to go to the wildlife park in the town. The government claims it to be a tiger sanctuary although none of the park rangers had even seen one. Sanj excitedly told that that a tiger ran across the road in front of his car once, a mere 14 years ago. We were quite disappointed with Periyar as the wildlife park was very expensive compared to the rest of India. The entrance fee for foreigners was 10 times of that for the ...
... as defined by number of women per 1000 men: 1,083 women per 1000 men) among all Indian states. Kerala has the lowest homicide rate among Indian states, for 2011 it was 1.1 per 100,000. Hinduism is practiced by more than half of the population, followed by Islam and Christianity. Malayalam is the major spoken language. Kerala is also considered the "cleanest state in India".
With such statistics and the beauty all around us we were highly ...
... I didn't close my balcony door properly when we went for lunch and a monkey came in and threw the contents of my bag everywhere and took my shampoo and moisturiser. A staff member got rid of him with a long stick, but I'm pretty worried about the harm those products can cause the monkey if swallowed.
We walked through the Periyar Wildlife Reserve and saw some wild elephants off in the distance and a lot of droppings from wild dogs, buffalo and the odd paw print ...