Puzhayoram Heritage Resort
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and a vegetable curry before we all sit down once more to eat together. Once dinner is done at 9pm, we all drift off to our cottages for an early night in this most incredible of settings, probably the most peaceful we’ve ever stayed. Imogen and I have booked a yoga session at dawn with a teacher who’s travelling down from Cochin specifically to take us through our sun salutations as it rises over the waters. This time the sunrise really will be ...
... fishing nets, that dip deep into the murky water and lift out fish, hopefully. They all have stalls selling fish... that has been brought in by fishermen. Some using small boats, others using canoes, but to be honest, not much of it is caught in the nets now. The harbour is fairly dirty, with a busy waterway, constantly crossed by the ferries, cruise ships, naval ships, dredgers and now, huge container ships. Across the water is a new, large container ship port, with the ...
... st Michael wasn't a popular guy was he..(had 8 bullet holes in him) and "mmmm what that saint is wearing looks a dress mannnn,". Anyway we spent about phwooarrrrrr 10 minutes there, including the toilet stop and then we farewelled that blessed place with a very holy, "thank god that's over." We trundled around the place seeing things like the Dutch cemetery and having a lavazza coffee (an Italian would scoff at the quality but after weeks of Nescafé it was heaven), ...
... they’ve made a simple living wall by attaching tens of hanging baskets to chicken wire that is attached to a wall), a bit of modern art and great food. Kiah, John and I reckon their omelette and homemade bread is the best we’ve had ever. It’s a real shame that being ill I had no appetite so missed out on their spinach quiche with garlic toast. And they also do a lovely ginger lemonade and some seriously indulgent cakes and cream pies. Fort ...
... travel, animals have been pervasively mistreated. It's a delight to see this family love and treasure all the different emanations of the natural world around them.
So off to the airport. We were met by a lovely gentleman, arranged again by Gita's mom to help us navigate the airport. Part of me chafed against all of this care because I consider myself a savvy traveler and enjoy finding order inside the chaos. But when we got to the airport, I was thrilled to ...