Saj Jungle Village
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... massage. There were parts that were enjoyable, like the head and face massage, and other parts that were... well, a little uncomfortable. Usually when I get a massage, I am left alone in a room to change (only ever taking off the articles of clothing that are necessary) and slip under the covers of the massage table before calling the therapist back into the room. Not the case in Ayurvedic massage! Fully naked. In front of the therapist ...
There are many hotels in Thekkady, however within the Periyar Reserve area there are only 3 hotels of KTDC. Bookings for these are difficult to get so please plan beforehand in case you wish to stay inside the reserve. Also entry to the reserve is till 6.00 pm only, so in case you do stay in one of the hotels inside the reserve, please plan your activities accordingly.
We checked in our hotel "KTDC Periyar House" ...
... in these countries. Mr. Cyriac went to the police station to help them out. He served them beer and whiskey when they arrived back at the home stay. The couple currently lives in Bangalore. They work in software, for Yahoo. They have the same title, but work in different departments. I found it quite interesting that the woman’s business card also has braille on it. That is the first card I have seen that does so. Brilliant, as my European friends would ...
... a little food and thankful to be out of the jeep we went on a walk. It was a silent walk as we were going in search for animals. The best ones we saw on the walk were monkeys in the trees right above us. Sam Boy started to feel rough as well and I started to feel very ill, we organised one of the jeeps to take us back. The staff at the hotel looked after us bringing us rice and salt (another recommended Indian remedy).
Angry at the fact I felt ...
... miming to tell a story, usually based on one of the Hindu epics. Actors/dancers dressed in elaborate costumes do not speak but instead convey the story through a series of bizarre facial expressions, which involves much eye rolling and eyebrow wiggling, and hand gestures. It was completely unique and interesting to watch although we wouldn’t have had a clue what was going on had not the story been explained to us beforehand by a presenter on stage.
The following day ...