Hotel S.N. International
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... away with scrubbing brushes. The smile on its face suggested it was enjoying it.
Finally we got to sit on its back and it proceeded to fill its trunk and spray us . This makes for interesting photos and was good fun to go with it. We decided to shower before dinner as although we had had a wash we concluded that 5 gallons of water passing through an elephants nostril was maybe not ...
... and have opted for just one excursion; a boat ride around the lake to enjoy the scenery. The entire wildlife reserve is over 750 square kilometres of protected countryside and home to many species of flora and fauna, particularly birds. It’s also absolutely swarming with tourists at this ungodly hour all heading out onto the lake as the sun rises. Most of the tourists are Indian and Tensing tells us that Kerala is the most popular destination for Indian families from the north ...
... we could reach shelter. As well prepared Brits that Han and I are, we had our umbrellas to keep us relatively dry. Unfortunately not everyone was as lucky. Late afternoon and after some homemade Indian food for lunch, we headed back to the guesthouse and after a well needed shower and rest, we headed out for dinner with some of our fellow hikers. Our last day in Munnar was the day to take the local bus to Alleppey, the one I had been dreading. Luckily for me ...
... by his wife, Abraham gave us a tour of the garden around his home that was filed with all the spices you can think of as well as exotic (to us) flowers.
Have you purchased white, green, and black pepper? Did you know they all come from the same plant, a vine? To get green pepper corns, the berries are picked and quickly dried in an oven. If the berries are laid out to dry slowly over a couple of days, they will ...
I have never been asked so many times, in this order, the following questions... Where you from? What is your name? You are alone? (Sometimes backed up with, you have no friends? Nice) You work or study? Your profession? Here our conversation tends to run out. Everyone wants to practice their English, the children especially as they learn it in school. They get so excited, very sweet. I ...