Pappukutty Beach Resort
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... the moment the body forces you to slow down and, if you choose to listen to it, it has an almighty spring clean which would make the most fastidious of house proud people jealous.
I have had very little sugar whilst in India. My intake of bread and wheat has been radically reduced and my body feels like it can breath again. The toxins are disappearing and I'm running like a finely tuned engine again; not quite F1 but a well restored MG Midget - it ...
... effect. Yesterday was all about giving me extra nutrition so I had an oil bath followed by a steam bath and then for my final treatment today was a bag of hot rice dipped in a milk concoction and rubbed all over... I feel so refreshed and feel like I want to continue the health kick eating vegetarian for a while longer and avoiding too much sugar...
Saying that, I joined Georgios for the last couple of nights while he had dinner, a whole fish ...
... seats on the train. When we boarded this train, Ails and I spent the first hour with our huge rucksacks on our back squished between the doors of two toilets. If you've ever been on an Indian train you'll sympathise with us over the smells we had to endure! After creepy men started to move in on us and the leering got uncomfortable, we ran for the ladies carriage, a much more pleasant experience. We then ended up sitting by the wide open doors watching the Keralan countryside ...
... wasn't anything of particular interest for us there - the perils of Internet-less travels.
More importantly, we took the time to arrange Christmas on a houseboat in the backwaters of Kerala, one of the must-do activities in the region. Through a cool local guy who helped arrange our trip, we decided to combine the boat trip with a visit to Thekkady, famous for its tea plantations and spices, up in the mountains of the Kerala/Tamil Nadu border. ...
... the planet to eat
I got to another beach, this had another light house on it, but it looked too small to be effective, but it looked good
I had enough of looking at beaches and being offered things I didn’t want, so I found my ride and told him, ‘let’s go home’
So we went back uphill and set off, along the way we stopped at this old fort, still intact, but that was about it, it was built by the East India company ...