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... water of late, there would be little chance of seeing any animals especially the elephants which Periyar is famous for.
Our breakfast was at 9am and included a Kerala light curry with rice cakes…….Sara and Graham politely rejected but I took one for the team and tucked in. There was also homemade pineapple jam which I’d never had before and it was delicious with toast. For ...
... 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 ...
... Railway) 100km
Thiruvanathapuram (Airport) 210km
Kovalam (Beach) 230km
Varkkala (Beach) 200km
Idukki (Arch Dam) 50km
Munnar (sandal forest) 100km
Thekkady(Tiger Reserve) 62km
Marmala stream (waterfall) ...
... 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 ...
... two up in the branches, but I was always keeping an eye out for any more angry elephants hiding in the bushes! We spent a lazy afternoon reading in the sun after our near miss, and had a great meal at a local restaurant with a well earned beer or two. We also explored some of the local shops and managed to find a really nice bed spread and some cushion covers for our house when we get back, though we don't actually have a house yet. Or a flat. Or anywhere, but in time we ...