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... treat. Most of the group also opted to go and ride, wash, feed elephants. They are no longer capturing wild elephants and training them to do this (thank heavens). I opted not to go as there is part of me that is resistant to this practice. A couple of other interesting activities were firstly watching the ancient martial arts of Kalari and secondly, attending a cooking class in a family's home. As a great fan of coconut oil, ...
... help , that was really fun to do , and she was even enjoying a lot you saw that on her eyes.
it was like scrubbing very hard and than the keeper told what she coulth do.
after the wash chandra needed to be washed to , he was sitting on the back and kumari sprayed lots of water over him and that was a lot. i dith not wanthed to do that.
in the evening we went back to the hotel and hear lots of music. we went outside and ...
... him that we weren't too happy with what we have had so far and would prefer to save a bit of money and head off in the morning to the beach! He seemed genuinely gutted. I thought we had really offended him so lied and said we never spent 2/3 nights anywhere to please him. We didn't see him again after he dropped us home. Skipped dinner on this night as we weren't hungry and instead bought some small Xmas presents like coffee, spices and soaps. Bed was welcome. It was a long ...
... without words, I have added some photos to show you, scary stuff but amazing... FYI oh men take part even in the women's roles and they perform cheerful routines about suicide and murdering your wife for families in temples in Kerala... No happy endings here. After another fabulous dinner off to bed for an early start to Varkala, our last stop in this Southern India portion of my trip and last location in India.... God I love this ...
... gaur, Bison, sambar (horse deer), barking deer, mouse deer, Dholes (Indian wild dogs), mongoose, foxes and leopards. Four species of primates are found at Periyar - the rare Lion-tailed macaque, the Nilgiri Langur, the common langur, and the Bonnet Macaque. According to a report by the Kerala Forest Research Institute, the protected area surrounding the dam and reservoir is classified as a biodiversity hot spot. The national park and the tiger reserve ...