Palm Ayurvedic Beach Resort
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... festival last year. We were stoked
More Restaurants Than You Can Shake a Stick At
The touristy beach area reminds us a bit of the shoreline area around West Beach in Santa Barbara, with the beach below the bluff at the bottom of a cliff. Here, a cliff top path is lined with inviting ...
... group meditation was so good. I miss my Sunday morning classes! It was really nice to do some yoga with a group again too!
In the evening about thirteen of us went in tuk tuks to the home of a local lady who is a very good cook. We bumped down tiny dirt lane ways with right hand turns that seemed to go nowhere and ended up at a small house where a long trestle table was set up in the back garden about three metres away from her two large ...
... re permitted to get kitted out in western beach attire and slow roast our flesh in between dips and *****ing about the heat rather than feeling entitled to wander around half naked as we please and getting all indignant when people stare.
Al, a Welsh guy in the dorm room and a talented, professional artist, had been down there a few times to paint them and had got chatting to the holy men who perform ...
... dropping into the inlet. There was a rail bridge in the distance that Francis told us had been the scene of one of India's worst rail disasters. The bridge had collapsed and an entire train packed as only indian trains know how to do, plunged into the bay and everyone perished. The boat ride was entertaining. Loading was done with three metal bits for tuk tuks,two for cars and one for the endless supply of motorbikes. On board there was a tool box that was actually an old ...
... is a wholesome place where most people are dressed in white and there's a vibe of love and harmony all over the place. I was warmly welcomed by the staff working that day and was quickly ushered into the dining hall to get a complimentary lunch served by some of the residents. It was a typical meal of dal, rice and some other kind of coconut rice. Super simple but oh so tasty... And free food! Can't go wrong! I spent a good part if the day at the ashram, talking to ...