The Woods Manor
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... South Indian breakfast--Delicious dosa and the freshest pineapple. The kids swam in a lovely pool and the we got into the car for a long ride to Munnar. It was a long tiring drive but so worth it! Beautiful Munnar is incredible--lush tea plantations look like velvet carpets wherever the eye can see. The Spice Tree hotel was a lovely boutique hotel with great service and some special touches. They had a coffee shop that serves great authentic tea and delicious chocolate ...
... free. Everybody wins, especially your inner thighs.
Anyway, whilst you're perusing local souvenirs, one thing you'll see a lot of is a green faced character glaring out at you from postcards and fridge magnets. He's one of the good guys of a Keralan art form called Kathakali, born in the 17th century, which you can see pretty much everywhere in Fort Cochin. Performances last about an hour, but if you get ...
... to entice the customer. I ended up buying a couple of pieces of jewellery, cost me a small mint and is on the credit card. But I am sure I will enjoy wearing them and receive lots of comment on them. Now off to Jew town for sight seeing. It is about 3k to the Dutch Palace and Synagogue so off I head. I see a sign for Jew Town and then just down the road another sigh for Swasik just don't seem to go together for me, but they do. The palace and synagogue are ...
... everywhere!!! The beach in Palolem was lovely. Lined with Palm trees, restaurants and beach huts. The sand is light in colour and soft and there were lots of backpackers around and less hassle from the locals. We did a lot of relaxing here, enjoying the warm sea. Took a canoe out for a little explore around some of the rocks and a small island that is just off the coast. Met a few other travellers (Engligh, Aussies, Americans and some Swedish too) so it was nice to have a chat and ...
... again while writing this. India was a total blast but I am ready for some proper hiking exercise. Flight to Kathmandu is just up. Dhanjawat India, I know I'll be back. Hugs and kisses from Shaun and Sas Btw soundtrack for the Indian roads was: Ilahi. http://youtu.be/fdubeMFwuGs Great song on long bus and train rides. Watched women in Saris. Smiling an waving kids, whallas (sellers), barbers shaving on the streets monks and nuns and oh so many more things pass by the window. With a chai in my ...