Ayurbay Medicus Ayurvedic Center
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... The sound of the language is very soft and pleasing, almost musical. Anyway, this man and I couldn't understand each other, but I think we still somehow connected. This area was devastated during the Tsunami and has all been rebuilt. Lots of resorts and most restos have freshly caught seafood and fish. I took the taxi back to Dr. Franklin's, had some food and early to bed. I've decided to do an outing every few days or so, for a change of ...
... driver who was keen to carry our luggage and to get our business. Being sceptical we thought we needed a large taxi as we still had a ridiculous amount of luggage. But to our amazement he fitted no less than a large suitcase, a large backpack, two day packs, two children’s backpacks and a buggy into a tiny 3 wheeler rickshaw and there was still just enough space for the four of us! Ain mazing, we always thought it was only Dr Who who travelled in a Tardis.
... passers-by where all of these things were and stuffing his face with ice cream that Jason bought him. Still, despite our hit-and-miss experience of Cochin, it is still a place worth seeing if you avoid our hotel and the gonk on the front desk. Also, don't go to posh restaurants in scabby, muddy walking shoes and novelty t-shirt, doesn't go down well.
Every billboard in India seems to be for either Pepsi, of the Chief Minister of any given state, or for ...
... enjoy the warm Arabian Sea.
Time for some shopping – Mom and Jenn went off in search of the perfect souvenirs and Les enjoyed his book overlooking the cliffs/beach. We had a lunch of Tibetan momos or dumplings filled with veggies and chicken – this was Mom’s favorite meal!! Speaking of food we ate a terrific supper of tandoori fish (Les chose one from the huge table filled with the ...
... are both really well and having a great trip. Enjoy the turkey and all the trimmings , we are missing a roast dinner and bacon sarnies so enjoy all the lovely food at home , for those of you not a home , Mum and Dad, Nicki and Paul, Julia and Martin ,Phil ( Australia) , Lisa in Bahamas ( ok so we know it's work!) have a great holiday, we will continue blogging in the New Year , we leave here 4 Jan off to East Coast of India for our last week before we head to Sri Lanka on 11 January.