Puzhayoram Heritage Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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- Free parking
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... for the likes of us, but we are still shaking off jet lag and an afternoon snooze is in order, we think.
In the evening we opt to eat at the resort's seafood restaurant. It's open air beyond the pool and only one other of the five tables is occupied and we are served a magnificent combination seafood meal of which tiger prawns are the star ingredient. There's more Indian music and it's really quite romantic for us oldies ...
... synagogue is still an active place of worship. After a 49-rupee auto rickshaw back to the Home Stay, we're collected for a relaxing Ayuvedic treatment at Dr Veena's Ayurmantra. Our hosts are a young, qualified couple eager to share their knowledge of the ancient Indian herbal medicines, mostly the treatment of skin and muscle complaints that do not require surgery. Our treatment is an hour of ...
... a metre down the corridor to another little caged hole where he collected his goodies - Kingfisher beer!
After a nanna nap we then decided to go out in a canoe thru some of the canals and backwaters of the area. We finished the night off on a lovely note when the Hotel presented Mark with a birthday cake!
Day off tomorrow from this blog - no Wifi but we are staying on a houseboat somewhere in the backwaters of ...
... into the afternoon on my bunk, only to feel exhausted and fell asleep, only to dream of the engineers being the divers and then harpooning a shark! I was woken up by someone going through the alcohol store but by sleeping brain turned it into the divers being caught up in an explosion! And I'm no longer taking antimalarials! Evening meal was garlic chicken biriyani with banana flowers and cauliflower - ...
... ears with stunning costumes and makeup as well as down-right weird acting with an emphasis on eye movements and hand mudras (finger gestures). We left wondering exactly what we'd seen but were satisfied with having experienced something wholly Keralan. The same venue also hosts morning meditation with live sitar and tabla playing traditional raga music, we visited again for this during our final hours in Kochin. We found the raga exhibition one of the most relaxing experiences ...