Thanneermukkom Ayurvedic Lake Resort
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... leisurely trip imaginable, before returning us to the guesthouse via his place again where we had a banana leaf thali which was incredibly delicious. We took the opportunity to demonstrate our lack of prowess eating curry with our fingers on both occasions. We thought that the use of banana leaves was simply to reduce the washing up but it turns out that the heat of the rice releases nutrients from the leaf that are supposedly good for health.
... Chinese fishing nets here are fascinating - huge great cantilevered constructions made from bamboo poles with huge rocks for counterweights, they are fixed in position poised above the water; come high tide, it takes 4 or 5 men to lower the nets into the river and bring up the catch.
There used to be thousands up and down the ...
... could buy weed in town. He subsequently got stoned by himself on the beach, not returning til after midnight, missed the tour and left the next day. Strange fellow..
Final stop in Kerala was Varkala which is a beautiful little place. It is just one cliff and effectively one beach and the usual array of cafes, shops and chill out bars. Although there is a black sand beach as well but it's not big enough for sunbathing. There is more of a bar scene here so ...
... youngest son, Matthew.
Mrs. Zacharia made all of our food and, as we have experienced elsewhere in India, her homecooked meals were delicious - much better than restaurant food. I really liked her tomato curry, a spicy salsa-like dish, and her chai. As vegetarians, India has spoiled us! Most Hindus and all Jains are vegetarian, so finding suitable meals has been a piece of cake (pun intended). For the carnivores on our trip, Mrs. Zacharia prepared ...
... a little punk. The price is a few sarcastic cracks at my expense, but I am regularly making him pay that back with wise cracks of my own. I suppose I am a little punk too. The massages in Chinatown though are lovely actually, and about a quarter of the cost of a Newbury Street massage. Once your eyes adjust to the dark, you can de-robe and they cover you with white linen sheets. I thought this massage in Kerala was going to be similar. Nope! Side note: I realize my blogs are a lot ...