Hotel S.N. International
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... We had a reasonable night’s sleep - bar the noise of the drivers who actually slept in their cars, parked right beside the window of our bedroom. There were frequent bodily noises...plus cars starting up to take other guests on their safaris at 6am…. As we’d already been on four other safaris we decided not to go on one in Periyar, we’d heard that because there’d been ...
... thought I'd just go for a head and neck massage I thought "sod it" and plumped for the whole works. I was called into a cubicle, told to undress and put on a skimpy nappy. Modesty went out of the door! The masseur then plied me with oils, dripping them over my head and massaging them into my body. On the bed he went further - the nappy was undone - and then applied a hot poultice filled with herbs. The smell was wonderful but it did remind me of sage and onion ...
... her also Indian husband (we don't know where the French came from, they sold baguettes but that was about the only French things on the menu). They are lovely and the food was good so we are there a lot. We got a tuktuk to their house and Subha showed us how to cook a traditional Keralan meal that has dal fry, coconut chutney,a beetroot salad thing, cialpatis and a polenta pudding. It tasted AMAZING. Earlier in the day the lovely man that worked in our ...
... 8217;t listen, they’d found the Prince after all! Safe and sound with some of his friends.
“Prince Sivvananda!” The little bison Jasaram ran and joined his friend and the monkeys went to find the Queen and tell her the good news.
The Queen was ...
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Tuesday 13th November
At 9.30 we set off in the company of the two danish women who also staying here, Lisa and Birgit and our guide Manu on a walk to the rock pool. We are told this will take 2 1/2 hours. We start by walking up the road in the direction of Vagamon. There is a steady stream of traffic buses, cars motobikes all filled with people on their way to celebrate Divali in Vagamon. No vehicle is able to pass us ...