Lakshmi Hotel & Resorts
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... a girl i.e. Jane in my room...matron would not be impressed !!
In the evening we watch a dance performance. The grace and gentleness of the girl's slow movements deny the energy they are burning until you notice that the makeup is melting off their faces in the evening heat and it is clear that they are working their asses off. As we watch, a dragonfly settles in the direct light from one of the spotlights ...
... to get there early and watch the make up prep that started at 5pm. In hindsight, we went far too early and were glad when it finally finished at 7:30 pm. On our way back to our home stay we stopped for a lovely dinner and witnessed our first tropical storm, albeit for 30 minutes... Waiting for the rain to ease off, shattered after a full day in the heat, we headed back to sleep to be ready for our early start to catch our bus to Munnar the next ...
... had enuf and we went to lunch in a great restaurant that had a foyer full of antique furniture, a massive boat and assorted curios. We were placed on the terrace with the wafting breezes off the river... doin it tuff! Mark still not his usual self but I went for the special - prawn curry - while one of our fellow tourers tried for fried chicken and fries to be washed down with a root beer...umm...
To get to our next ...
... phone and 0 rupees' you are not allowed to take rupees in or out of India. Officials off, and gangway and local pilot on board we were off to go south to Sri Lanka and Galle our destination in 3 days time to pick up a sail that had been left there in STW3 for repair. It was sad to see the Chinese fishing nets for the final time. Slight lump in my throat! We didn't get very far as we managed to pick up ...
... the months go? We ferreted around for a few more spices, finally securing the elusive green-mango powder. Sampled some delicacies like fresh tuna curry and spice marinated figs with ice-cream. We toured around the Fort Kochin area in a auto-rickshaw with a local guide (Asharaf) pointing out the historical landmarks: Portugese church, Dutch church, Chinese fishing nets, Arab mosque, Hindu temples in a variety of forms, what a multicultural place this is!
We had the chance ...