Puzhayoram Heritage Resort
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... up and released our solitary fish back into the water. Dinner was fish curry which wasn't so nice as it was pretty much a bowl of oil with some bony pieces of fish floating on top. Still full from the huge lunch we weren't too upset and just ate some of the veg accompanying it. We chilled with a beer, listened to some music whilst being munched on by thirsty Mosquitos then headed to bed.
In the morning the sun was shining again ...
... then off to visit the Dutch Palace, originally built by the Portuguese as a "gift" to the reigning Sultan too expedite trading concessions. How it finally became Dutch will be in the history books. Currently now a museum renovated to display the history of the region. We kinda whipped thru this cultural wonder as the humidity climbed up to 108 (honestly!) and the fans struggled to spread the muggy air! No ...
... managed the impossible, and served everything at body temperature or below. I can assure you that vichyssoise and revenge maybe best served cold but Masala Turkey is definitely not! Now normally, we might let this go, but as I mentioned, our boat was not in sight of land and we wanted value. I politely asked if the dishes should be served cold, always a good idea to check when unfamiliar with the local cuisine, and was told in no uncertain terms (eventually) that we would get a new ...
... Gita on this trip. Shopping, in particular, has been much more enjoyable with her. Usually in these situations I clam up - I don't know if I'll buy anything, don't want to give conflicting signals or get roped into a long arduous conversation with a shopkeeper, don't want to end up pressured to buy something I don't want. It can feel very fraught. Gita is the complete opposite. She chats with the shopkeepers about their wares. She asks about their family ...
... and readily available medicine. These things are all part and parcel of the travel experience, and I have had a fantastic, action packed four months to look back on. I am glad that it has happened at the end of my trip, rather than at the beginning!
As promised, at the end of this last blog post, I am going to share some brief thoughts with you about my adventures, and reflect on what I have learnt.
As ever, India has been fascinating, ...