Krishnatheeram Ayur Holy Beach Resort
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... if in only one aspect.
Southern India was a bustling place in April, as all ships from the East were returning with the monsoon winds. Incredible fleets of hundreds of ships were docked across every port we saw, and everyone was full of so much purpose. It renewed my men of our purpose in a way. We collected our treasures and two weeks had never blown by faster. ...
... or bhajis either, they would have definitely helped. Because of the rain last night we went to the restaurant with the umbrella that Craig Henshaw gave us in Japan. Jane had been lugging it around since then and our walk home was the first time since then it had been used. As far as brollies go that one felt real quality. The rain poured, so we were very glad we had it. Hopefully it will make it home to the UK in one piece, Jane has become rather fond if ...
... many churches dotted about. Not only are the cultural differences easy to see, but the variety of languages and how they vary from state to state were also strikingly obvious. For instance, northern Indian tourists who were touring the southern states were conversing with the locals in English...such is the difference between their languages! Each state really could be its own country! As mentioned before, the government is trying to improve the image of ...
... National Museum, the Royal Palace and Temple (which were surrounded by a vibrant retail sector). Ajit our guide, was highly English literate and obviously well learned. He was a very obliging fellow. Gift shopping we were to find out in Kerala (both Thiruvananthapuram and Kumarakom), was frustrated by the lack of tourist type opportunities. Most of the "shops" were more of the conventional handicrafts and traditional clothing. No ...
... starting at 6:30am, costing 1,200 rupees each, including breakfast and lunch and the guide - a good excuse to test out the walking boots and a great way to see Munnar. After the rumble the night before I popped some immodiums and we were on our way. We walked through the tea plantations, saw the women tea leaf picking, had breakfast on top of a mountain, saw various spice plantations (cardamon, ginger, pepper, chillis and turmeric). The trek was apparently ...