Mom Lekha's Private Homes
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- Refrigerator in room
- Free parking
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... who complain about everything.
Then Itook refuge in a isolated restaurant where I drank a lot of liquids: a tea with milk, fruit juice and the first coffee after a month. Kerala produces good coffee and I asked for the long American, the only Italian who does not love caffè 'espresso, for which Italians are crazyand it seems that they can not live without.I got it 'cause I had fallen asleep in my chair, rocked by the waves of the sea and a pleasant ...
... to do with Dad once Kate had left. All the swimming had rendered me feeling incredible ill so I was glad for some rest time. In the evening we packed our stuff and were off to get the train back to Kochi. Me Kirsty and Dan shared a tuk tuk which meant Dan had to sit in the front with the driver which of course due to his blond hair, male status and fair skin the driver loved. As we waited for our train a dog came and laid near ...
... and check that my tits haven't escaped from my sports bra and that my shorts are still in place. Usually this is followed by promptly getting bowled over by the next wave. My salt intake has increased by approximately 74%.
Buuuut anyway. I've decided to spend Christmas and new year here and treat myself to a little holiday because it's a hard life, guys, all ...
... tons of fun and the food we made was amazing. I just hope I can replicate it somewhat when I get home. We made this especially delicious salsa/chutney from mint and cilantro that wasn't rocket science and I'm quite certain that I will be able to pull it off. The best part of course was the massive pig out and mouthgasm that ensued. Thai is still my fave but Indian has always been a close second. We stayed right near the waterfront/Fort Cochi. It was a good thing we did ...
... getting a feel for what it is like to spend time there. The purpose of being there is to find peace and tranquility. Each guest is required to give back to the community in some way - doing their 'seva', and I was no exception! Helping unload a truck of flyers was my duty for the day (I happened to be walking by) and then I happily volunteered to help some ladies with a book making craft project. Amma, the mother, was away spreading her love somewhere else in the ...