The Capital Trivandrum
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MALA ...the word for silence Well the day didn't go to badly !! Not that hard when you don't talk to anyone most of the day ...it's only at juice time when we all get together that we chat on a bit. Oh and it means no iPads, phones, or stimulation from any outside sources ... Also no smiling, no looking at anyone, no acknowledgment of people ...NOTHING !! That was the hard bit, as I always like to smile and say hi to people. This is written after I finish my ...
... We had a dip in the jacuzzi and enjoyed a drink and nibbles, all with the efficient, polite and happy to be there service that had been missing from much of our trip.
Update on the card games, Jane is £1271 behind. What a shame we capped it at £500. She keeps talking about tortoise and the hare... I tell her about David and Goliath.
Our batteries died as we lounged by the pool. It wasn't utter laziness. I had ordered broadband and ...
... English conversations (Lubbly jubbly) Won't miss The smell of urine/rubbish/rotting whatever The staring and unauthorised photo taking Going to the toilet over a hole in the ground - yes I'm aware that I've said i'd miss this as well The white ball things in bathrooms that are supposed to repel bugs, fragrance the bathroom and mask the smell, but are offensive to my nostrils! Next and final stop, Madagon - ...
... animals in his 'Life of Pi' on those he observed in this zoo. We saw at least 4 tigers so not entirely sure which one was the original Richard Parker so we said hello to all of them just to be sure. We also saw lions, leopards, jaguar, elephants, hippo's, zebra's, monkeys, king cobras, vultures, and Pelicans among others, although no Orangutans . There were also sloth bears and brown bears but they appeared to be doing what bears do best, sleeping, so we didn't see them. Most of ...
... coriander type of gal! 25th April. we decided to go on a tooktook trip up the mountain to 'Top Hill Station' and on route stop at whatever exciting things we found along the way: -small market stalls (we were asked to have a pic with 3 grown Indian men) -Huge tree with bee hives hanging down & fresh honey for sale -A bridge across a dam -A place called echo falls where we looked at stalls, drank strawberry tea, ate homemade chocolate, shot pellets at balloons ...