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... into a wonderful Italian couple, Franciesco & Anais, that I'd been trekking with in Munnar so we hung out, sunbathing and laughing in the day and eating and drinking of an evening. They had to go home after a few days so I lingered alone for my final few days in India, topping up the tan, swimming, finishing a couple of books and going for the odd walk up the coast. It was most enjoyable... Additionally there were a couple of side trips made out of Varkala during this final ten days. ...
... there is the problem of monsoon, with so much rain and avalanches that disrupt traffic and force a long alternative laps.For these reasons, I believe that in the coming years I will visit India just south of Bombay also because' in summer I prefer to stay at home and enjoy my lake, my mountains and my cool and comfortable villa surrounded by greenery and panoramic ...
Kathakali is the very traditional dance of Kerala. It is famous by the special way of dressing and putting up the makeup for actors. All the paintings applied on the skin are made from only natural ingridients. Minerals of different colours are collected from unique places around the world and mixed here, in Kerala, with Ayurvedic oil. In order to make the eyes of actors reddish - seeds of specific plant are inserted under the lashes. Seeds would be taken out ...
... That and licking ones fingers just seems like a recipe for Giardiasis over here which I am happy to report has evaded me this entire trip. Our final stop was a shell processing operation where the mollusk shells from the canal were transformed into piles of white powder to be used in fertilizer, paint and pharmaceuticals. Funny you never really think about where your calcium pills might have originated. We had some great dinners out, caught the sunsets at the beach ...
... and unless you get on at the starting point, maybe you don't get a seat for the first hour or two of the ride but they are always a great experience. I calculated my travel costs for the 10 days I spent touring around the south and for 4 destinations - one ferry ride, one boat ride a couple tuk tuk rides and 8 busses, I spent a whopping $8 Canadian! My most expensive trip being my 8 hour trip from Munnar to Allepey at $122 rupees - $2CAN. Awesome! Not only that, but ...