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... party dons anti-leach socks and crosses the water on a rope-pulled raft. Our guide leads us up into the deciduous woodland, past rotting trunks, lianas and aerial roots in search of wildlife. Though the canopy is alive with birdsong, we glimpse only an orange ground thrush, a pipit and white-bearded treepie. There are scratch marks from a leopard on one trunk, but the biggest attraction ...
... 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 ...
... the local hospital. It turns out that it was not as bad an experience as we were expecting. We didn't have to wait too long and it appeared clean until we discovered no where to wash your hands after going to the loo. Lovely. The Dr said it wasn't malaria, maybe dengue fever but probably not, most likely just gastro enteritus and handed nick a prescription list full of strange medicines, one of them being calpol... unfortunately it was just paracetamol under the ...
... 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 ...
... experience whilst weeing in a bush as a creepy crawlie started running up my leg. Of course I screamed. We also went to a spice plantation which was someone's back garden and it had nearly every spice growing as well as fruits and all sorts of chillies. Still not used to the busy, crazy roads here. I reckon Periyar was worse than kochi! We had an hour to get ourselves sorted before 3 of us from our group were taken to a cooking class at someone's home (hopeless at remembering ...
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