Thanneermukkom Ayurvedic Lake Resort
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... seen. Imagine a deckchair back home but then imagine that the arms
extend by another 3 or 4 feet so that you can sit back in the chair and pop one
foot onto each extended arm, a cross between stirrups in hospital and a comfy
lounger! It was really really comfy, despite being quite an unflattering
position to lie in andmade for the perfect relaxing posture with which to sit
in and enjoy a cup of chai.
After showering, resting up a bit and unpacking we made ...
Maya and I have a family of school teachers, and I now know what they are about. Teaching kids can be hard yakka. (Hard work for the non Australians) Don't get us wrong, we love what we are doing but the kids are non stop all day. Much like that small puppy in the cartoon where he bothers the bulldog all day. We arrived home after school on Friday and packed a small bag for our weekend trip to Alleppy. This bus trip took 5 1/2 hours in 3 different buses, all which had ...
... excitement as we made our way to the boat, we had nicknamed Jane. Once we were aboard we met our 3 man crew; the captain who will be referred to as the driver from now on, a first mate and a chef. We were served coconuts to drink, we had been wanting to try these since we discovered what they were, as we have been told they are super good for you with lots of electrolytes and stuff in, great for a hang over apparently. I thought coconuts were brown and hairy like you get ...
... name too, thankfully we were in the back of the car pand couldn't see it. So, Allepuzha. pronounced Alapura. also call Allepey...is a great little town, full of commerce, bustling shoppers dodging down Malackl road, which is the main shopping street, where shops spill out onto the roads. stalls are spaces along the road edge as well, and as there aren't asny footpaths. and the edge of the road is littered with bikes and scooters that ...
... Heart is huge down here, you see it everywhere. This was actually really neat to see. And the two men, father and son, were extremely friendly to talk to and explain their craft. But, the Mosquitos were out and we could not wait to get back on the house boat and wash some more of the Indian oil off. After dinner, Eric and I enjoyed a beer on the deck, as we watched lizards hunt for flies on the walls and bamboo ceilings. Which is also when I started this epic-long blog entry! ...