- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... Emptiness. What a great feeling.
As I sit sipping my tea, I am watch the women in the tea fields trimming the plants the rhythmic sound of their clipping shears joining the call to prayer echoing over the hilltops, the cacophony of birdsong, crickets and the lone rickshaw coughing its way up the mountain. This estate is a feast for the senses.
The weather changes so quickly from intense heat to clouds to a downpour to mist rolling in and now thunder ...
(I am going to date the entries within the text to get caught up to date) March 2 The new treatment "Ksheeradhara" began today. It is Divine. As I lay on the table, Annie and Jaya on either side of me, pour a very warm, milky herbal liquid rhythmically up and down my whole body, front, sides, back and front again to complete the treatment. It is incredibly soothing and nurturing. Afterwards, came a lovely feeling of complete surrender. A very deep sleep followed, morning ...
... constantly trying to sell us stuff, and so I ended up with a lovely Indian outfit (see Facebook photo as previously mentioned) and a lovely pair of Ali Baba pants which I will probably wear way too much for the next 2 months as they are like pajamas. I am defending this decision by calling it "harbouring my inner backpacker", although I really hope I'm not quite as pretentious or annoying as the average backpacker.
We found a mini-resort to ...
... for beatuy and spa treatments, but the ones who experienced the real deal know that they are far way from being so. Most of the times is pretty unconfortable to lay on the hard surface for almost one hour.
Dinner was served at 5.30 pm, pretty early, but hey we didn't have to do anything else than to be there and follow the rithm. Many evening we had a walk along the banks of the rice fields observing ...
... they were staying and rang the place to ensure we had somewhere too. After the first tuk-tuk charging way to much to get us there at midnight a local took us for 150IR when a friend of the person who owned where we were staying convinced him. All very lucky / conincidental / fate / whatever – we had been travelling for 33 hours and were very happy for a quick cold shower and bed!!!
24th Sept – Varkala, Kerala
We woke ...