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... held head high and set on fire, to list but a few.
The next day we stopped by one of the tea plantations and then drove back down through the mountains to Alleppey where we joined our boat and crew the following day. We had a very nice traditional houseboat with an open-air dining room covered with bamboo roofing, a little bedroom and bathroom and two crew - a driver and a chef. ...
... canoe ride across the waters and then get shown around , see the pumps that help move the water around, some more kingfishers and lots of coconut trees. Thomas explains to us that coconuts are a very important source of cash flow for the villages as the rice only provides so much. We have another canoe ride back and are treated to some local songs by Thomas bani and the other gentlemen on the boat. I can barely eat breakfast and before long have joined char and ...
... wriggle around - pests. Every now and again we would check each other and try to pull them off, only for them to get attached to our hands instead, ewww.
Our guide had also brought a bag of salt which he kept sprinkling over our shoes to try and kill a few, despite the fact he himself was walking in flip flops, nonchalantly picking them off as he went.
We took a loop trail though dense forest and our guide gave us a ...
... dressed, or undressed more accurately you hop up onto the tables (get that mental image going) and warm oil is dripped over your body. A very strange but nice sensation and I can definitely see how people get into the oul golden shower craic (don't judge me- Aaron, not Selina). The massage was very relaxing and at the end you get into a steam bath for a half an hour. This is a wooden box you sit in with just your head poking out the top (would ...
... to reecover my pics from my (******-up) memory card, infected (data incaccessible) so that I could continue posting on this blog (without pics makes no sense)!
We stayed 3 full days in Periyar and that was too much! Beautiful and peaceful place, that's right; but very small ..... and the weather was not good (cloudy, humid, sometimes raining ...)
Alexis wanted to join a childhood friend in Kottayam!
I left to the north for Munnar, 5h from Kumily!