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... little chits of paper. They were collecting small bottles of rum. I was allowed two, not four, bottles of beer. They had no gin and the vodka looked dodgy. Tuesday 30th December Took a tour round a spice garden of which there are a great many, but it was very interesting. It was also an Ayurvedic centre where every plant seemed to cure a great many ailments. There were two home stay tree houses, neither occupied, and very high ...
... into many different items and finally the coconut flesh and milk are used for drinking, in cooking and as oils for the body. The mighty coconut is a life source here. The home stay then organised for us to be peacefully taken through the narrow village canals by pole boat. This was quite magical because as sunset we saw a few fireflies dancing in the dusk. After a lovely home cooked thali meal we all went snug to our beds for a relaxing sleep...or so we thought! Before I had even ...
... have used some?) lol I managed to get in a yoga class in which was glorious beyond words and also had the chance to teach a class to my host and the other people in my guest house. It was great! I think I might just start doing this and try to fund the rest of my trip. Good idea.. No?! My third morning in Kochi, I woke up and decided it was time to hit the road. For the My plan was to take the ferry back across to the main land and catch a state bus from ...
... Thomas sang to us. After spending a few days in Alleppey we made our way to Thekkady, home of the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. We found an amazing homestay in Thekaddy, Meadow View Inn. Not only did they have puppies, but our room had a balcony with a hammock that overlooked the rolling green hills of the Wildlife Sanctuary. On the first day we heard langur monkeys calling out to each other and then were actually able to see them swinging from tree to tree. I had a feeling that ...
... trek, 8am-5pm & we get a armed guard as well as a guide!! We then spent the next few hours chilling in our garden reading. Whilst reading & looking out onto the sanctuary a few bison came right in front of us! Later in afternoon we went back to the sanctuary & took a boat trip around the lake in the sanctuary. Although the trip was so noisy with the Indians shouting & talking as they always do, we somehow managed to spot deer, bison & a ...
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