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... eat beef but only from bulls and oxen, never from cows which they still consider sacred. While the odd Hindu shrine sits besides the road, they are scarce compared to the proliferation of churches and Christian shrines to various saints. Even the trucks have names like Jesus and St Joseph emblazoned across them. In fact Kerala is vastly different to our previous Indian adventures, being reminiscent of Goa but a world away from everywhere else we've been. It's not ...
... root cause of this peril Modern man Threats everything outside his immediate surroundings As alien and waste We attack nature Out of our sheer insecurity and fear There is a pause between centuries To remember The most fundamental principles of life The love for nature Love for birds, animals and plants That is the only way to understand The entire magic of Existence Sathan. January 2000 Periyar Tiger ...
... an artificial lake that was built by the British in 1895. It is one of the main Tiger sanctuaries and also homes elephant, different types of monkeys, Samba deer, Gaur which is like a bison, wild boar, mongoose and many different bird and butterfly varieties.
We organised to go on a Bamboo raft trip for the day which would comprise of a 2.5 hour hike and then you go on rafts made completely out of Bamboo. You then do another short hike and then return back. We were hoping to ...
... box. I am calling it that because you are literally sat in a box that your head sticks out of. It really is very good. The cooking class is great. There are outdoor wooden benches we sit at and chop veg. There is another g group there same as us. We get instructed what to chop and how. After doing so we head in to watch/ take part in the cooking. We drink beer and it's a very relaxed fun evening. The food is delicious. We make veg khaurma, bean curry, pineapple ...
... costumes and fake-fur - something we’d love to take part in one day! Most things were closed as it was Easter Sunday, but we spent the afternoon in the sanctuary of Teapot coffee shop listening to chilled out tunes, then had some of the finest cooking we’ve tasted yet at the infamous Dal Roti - definitely worth the hype.
Our final day was spent hanging out at Cherai Beach. It was a bit of a task to get there - a walk round to the port, the ...