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... were so big so it seemed i couldn't do much at all so i spent the first evening researching what to do and going to a few travel agents to find groups to join but with no look at all.
Next morning i was in reception for the 1kb wifi stream near the box, looking at an onward journey and thinking i'd leave later that day if nothing turned up when just before midday a group of guys approached me and said the owner said i was looking to join a trek and they ...
... pooja session at 5:45 am. This is a fire ritual that is done to purify all the elements. After that there is 90 minutes of yoga with an excellent teacher. 8:30 to 9:30 am is breakfast with lunch from 12:30 to 1:30 pm. Because my treatment sessions have been 12noon to 1pm, I haven't been able to attend the Yoga Nigra (meditation) sessions. This morning I got out for a walk up the quiet road that leads to the Centre and there are ...
... out to find a coffee plantation. We arrived at a government owned plantation during their lunch break which wasn't ideal. However, we persevered and were shown around kindly by two workers. We saw another malabar squirrel and coffee berries which we cracked open and ate. The young beans inside tasted of bittersweet chocolate whilst the older beans had a more pronounced coffee flavour. We tipped the guides rs50 each for missing half their lunch ...
... waving, but generally staying together and looking where they are directed. Even those that venture away from the group will mainly quickly take photos, maybe politely saying thank you, or answering a question about their country of origin.
Now imagine a (quite beautiful, blue eyed, light haired) woman who spends her time in the village doing her own thing, interacting with the locals directly. She speaks English, accompanied by gestures, in a ...
... a bit narrower here' how much narrower can it get. Having survived the wall- we were rewarded with the sight of the paddy/ rice fields. You wouldn't realise that these acres of grass like plants you were looking at were actually full of rice grains until you get quite close to them; I never believed that rice had an aroma but boy, you can certainly smell the rice, it was amazing I shall always associate the smell of rice with that field, and that wall!
On we go admiring ...
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