Ambady's Palmgrove Club
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... they agree and carry a table from their indoor restaurant out onto the terrace and place it close to the open-air kitchen, effectively giving us a Chef's Table.
Considering it is also covered in a silken table cloth, unlike the terrace tables, and has posher chairs, the other diners must think we're honeymooning VIPs being given special treatment. We get straight to work and order a G&T, beer and a bottle of wine - the alcohol licence here is a welcome relief ...
... with wooden sculptures and paintings of dances and gods. It seems we are following Charles and Camilla's itinerary. Their recent visit is proudly recounted in a series of large photos.
Though it proved tricky to reach, the return from the museum proved much simpler - a 24rps public bus to Fort Kochi from the road opposite.
Dinner was at the Tibetan Chef's Restaurant. The momos were good, despite the use of processed cheese (due to lack of local ...
... very more-ish indeed. I managed nine of them and then thought I had better stop.
From here, a few hours down the trainline to Varkala. A beautiful beach on the Arabian sea with water temperature around 25 degrees; you can walk in up to your head without flinching. A wander along a cliff edge lined with restaurants, hippy trouser sellers and Tibetan gift shops kills a few hours here and there as does more cricket, this time on the beach. It's all very chilled and ...
... Jijo to see what can be done to help me to Skype to Inga. My final medicine of the day was at 9.00pm. It was quite a shock when the knock came on the door after I had gone to bed. I do not know what she gave me but two earthen tasting tablets and a beaker of warm syrupy liquid was taken on board. When I got back into bed, my liver was pounding for at least fifteen minutes. Whatever was in the drink or the tablets certainly caused a fairly immediate ...
... and a small child ran up to Dee to give her a little Indian flag which she quickly discovered should be waved by hand (MUCH to the delight of young children) rather than displayed in her hair.
As you can now see, our first week here was exciting, delicious, exhausting, and hectic, a mini-preview of our coming two months in this rich, ancient, diverse country of crowds, hospitality, and culture. Coming soon: an account of our experiences with marriage traditions in southern India...stay ...