Krishnatheeram Ayur Holy Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Well now I've done it. I signed up for an ayurveda treatment -- the nasya (nasal treatment) and the slimming treatment. I get the nasal at 8AM and a powder massage at 11. They called the hotel's kitchen to order an ayurvedic diet for me. I suddenly realize I am at a fat farm, normally about $3500 a week. Here the …
... into the daily lives of the locals and how they used the backwaters to aid their lives, from washing their clothes and dishes to bathing themselves to fishing, the waters were fully utilised. We canoed for a total of about 5 hours returning to the family's house for lunch. The next day we returned to the backwaters, this time on a houseboat. For a whole 21 hours we were to be the queens of our very own luxury two story houseboat. The boat had only just been refurbished and ...
... The day we arrived there was a big Hindu festival, and the taxi driver explained that the Hindus would not sleep all night as part of the celebrations. We experienced that!! The local temple had huge speakers (which I'm sure the TNRs would love) and was blasting loud music all day and all night. Unfortunately to make the night worst, the air conditioning didn't work in our room that night, so we had to have the windows open. Couldn't sleep all night with ...
... and eat to avoid being I'm the room any longer than needed, there really wasn't much to do. The town was a dive!! But we stumbled upon a big department store with imported chocolates and sweets so Emma was happy. The store was 6 floors and had a floor like Lidl, one like Harrods, one like primark, one like TK max and one like curry's. (Electrical not food. Although that's probably pretty likely too)
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... vegetables and milk. The typical yogic diet consists of two moderately sized meals per day and are adherent to a lactovegetarian regimen, meaning milk products such as tea and yogurt are integral components.
After breakfast guests at the Ashram are expected to provide 20 to 30 minutes of Karma Yoga for the Ashram, we spent our time helping to move firewood and weed and clean the lawns. After a brief chore, then there is ample ...