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... look at and very interesting to learn about from Sabu (who was very good, knowledgeable and understandable).
We finished off the day pleased with the achievement of completing the climb, a lot more knowledgeable about what the original trees and plants that spices, coffee etc come from, having passed through lovely scenery and having seen plenty of bird life and the rear of a giant squirrel too!
... modern room. It turned out to be an unexpectedly pleasant stopover - auto rickshaw to beach, usual masses there late afternoon (impression they don't see many westerners as constantly stared at), visited Beach Hotel (sundowner beer in garden!) and finished off with excellent meal at Paragon Hotel restaurant (Kingfish "green mango" curry with a traditional Keralan mixed vegetable ...
... line-break">“We’ ll go back to the ship in a bit.” I promised, trying to pluck the nearest Chinese merchant from the endless chain of stalls so Gab could practice conversing with them.
I understand her anger though, the Zamorins were quite awful. They has concubines that they used and threw away like snotty tissues, and if anyone was caught chewing betel during the night of their death burial, their lips would be cut off. ...
... them! he 3rd guy was a young guy from Canada, of course he talked fast and he too was pretty rude to locals.... a pattern is forming about Canadians! But he was a nice guy and we all got on well.
The trek was up a local peak and pretty tough and where apparently there were some 20 rebels hiding out on the peak from the police, local commy's who tended to kill rich Indians!? This was the story given as to why we couldn't go to the top and was a good ...
... sure I didn't miss my stop! What a relief it was to have a young man approach me and ask if I was going to the Ayurveda Yoga Villa. Three hours later after wending his way through chaotic traffic and negotiating the switchbacks and 9 hairpin turns of the 11 km climb into the mountains, we arrived. When a warm welcome, perfumed air, sound of the river and a lovely meal greeted me I knew I had come to the right place. Namaste from ...