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1 INDIA Farmstays in Kerala - extensions D E T A I L P R O G R A M M Detailed program - India Farmstays in Kerala - extensions 1

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS TRAVEL DETAILS ... 3 Itinerary ... 3 Farmstay in the highlands of Kerala ... 3 Farmstay on the Pamba River ... 4 PRACTICAL INFORMATION ... 6 Atmosfair / Arrival / Transfers ... 6 Entry requirements / Safety ... 6 Health and vaccinations ... 7 Recommendations for taking with you ... 7 Currency / Post / Telecommunication ... 8 Customs regulations ... 9 Useful information ... 9 Insurance ... 9 Additional costs / tips Environment Other COUNTRY AND PEOPLE Time difference and climate Language and Understanding Religion and culture Eating and drinking Shopping and souvenirs Special behaviors APPENDIX Travel literature Your travel notes Contact details and registration Detailed program - India Farmstays in Kerala - extensions 2

3 REISEVERLAUF Living in a homestay - as a guest with friends Experience culture naturally and consciously Local specialties and the backwaters up close TRAVEL DETAILS As an example, you visit a fish farm, a small biogas plant and take a look at milk and rubber production. Afterwards you will find time to relax on the green river bank. In the evening, the hostess will introduce you to the world of spices and prepare a tasty dinner for you. Overnight at the Spice Garden Retreat. Kerala - nestled between spice and tea plantations and the vastness of the Arabian Ocean. This region of South India offers a variety of landscapes and traditions that are second to none. We approach this special piece of earth slowly and carefully: visiting a farming family on the Pamba River, trying local specialties in the region's village markets or taking a leisurely trip on the famous backwaters with their rich wildlife. Your hosts take a lot of time to familiarize you with the culture and customs of their homeland. FARM STAY IN THE HIGHLANDS KERALAS Day 2 - Market visit After breakfast you drive to the local market to watch the hustle and bustle of the fruit and vegetable stalls every morning and to buy a few spices. Back at the farm you will be served a typical Kerala lunch, which you can help prepare yourself. In the afternoon, after a short break, a typical auto rickshaw takes you into town to visit the local church and temple and to get in touch with the locals. In the evening, the hosts will tell you stories about everyday farm life and you will be shown how to properly wear a sari or mundu - the traditional robes of Kerala. Overnight at the Spice Garden Retreat. Day 1 - Arrival and drive to the highlands Upon arrival at Cochin Airport, you will be transferred to the Timeless Spice Garden Retreat near Kanjirapally. The approximately 3.5-hour drive takes you through rubber and spice plantations before your host family welcomes you to the farm house with a refreshing, homemade juice. After unpacking and an invigorating lunch, your host will show you the various agricultural activities on a walk and can tell you a lot about local sustainable small-scale farming. Detailed program - India Farmstays in Kerala - extensions 3

4 Day 3 - Exploring the area Today you can prepare your own breakfast. After a cup of tea or coffee, you have the opportunity to accompany your host to the market in the jeep to buy the appropriate ingredients. During the subsequent preparation, you will learn many recipes and options for quickly prepared, delicious food. Depending on how much water the river is currently carrying, you can then take a walk through the refreshing water or even take a bath. Then another cooking lesson awaits you, in which you will learn more about the Syrian-Christian cuisine of the region. To digest the meal, you can either rest afterwards or help with daily chores on the farm and around the house. In the afternoon you will visit the area, where you will see the small school, the markets and alleys as well as a temple. The evening is at your disposal - listen to the exciting stories of the host family or the silence of the hills. Overnight at the Spice Garden Retreat. Day 4 - Houseboat Ride on the Backwaters Today, after checking out at the Spice Garden Retreat, you will be driven to the famous backwaters. A houseboat is waiting for you in Alleppey, with which you can explore the countless waterways during the day. During the trip you can observe the everyday life of the people: shell collectors, fishermen and small transport boats pull past you. With a stop in a village, you will be served a tasty local meal. In the evening the boat docks and after dinner you will find time to enjoy the silence and the starry sky. Overnight on the houseboat. Enjoy hot Kerala breakfast. You will then be taken to your Ayurveda resort. FARM STAY ON THE PAMBA RIVER Day 1 - Arrival and drive to Champakulam After your arrival you will be picked up at Cochin Airport and taken to Champakulam. Passing lush rice fields, small villages and food stalls on the streets, it goes to the jetty, from where you take the boat to your island farmstay. A 20 minute drive will take you through small canals as well as the wide Pamba River before reaching the Timeless Retreat. After a refreshing welcome drink, take a short walk through the farm and the village to get a first impression of the new surroundings. When you return to the farmstay, a lunch prepared by the villagers awaits you. The afternoon is at your leisure and you can rest a little before you can sit down with your hosts over tea in the evening and listen to their stories about daily life in the village community. In the evening the chef will introduce you to the world of spices and prepare a tasty meal for you. Afterwards you can end the day either on the calm water of the backwaters or with the hosts. Day 5 - Return to Alleppey and onward travel In the morning the boat will take you back to Alleppey by a different route during which you will enjoy a day 2 - Village life and cooking class In the morning you will wake up to the singing of the birds and the chugging of the boats on the backwater canals. After breakfast you take the local public transport in the form of one of the countless boats to one of the many temples or a church in the area to see them up close. The boat trip offers a glimpse into the daily life of the people. Detailed program - India Farmstays in Kerala - Extensions 4

5 on-site who are on their way to work or come back from their morning market shopping. After an invigorating stopover in one of the villages with tea and snack, you will arrive back at your farmstay, where you will prepare for a small cooking class. Your hostess will show you the different spices and vegetables of the regional cuisine and prepare dinner together with you. Afterwards there is time to sit back and listen to the stories of the villagers over music and tea. Day 3 - Agriculture and Temple Festival With a morning coffee on the river bank, you have the opportunity to watch the people go about their daily activities. Depending on the season, you can take a walk through the fields and watch the farmers harvesting or sowing and learn interesting facts about local agriculture. A fisherman will then take you on his daily route, where you can try to catch a few fish yourself or take a boat along the small canals. You are invited to lunch with a family living in the village, who will be happy to tell you more about the customs and traditions of the region. The afternoon is at your disposal. In the evening your host will take you to a nearby temple where cultural ceremonies take place (depending on the season). Day 4 - Boat Tour in the Backwaters After an early breakfast you will embark on a three-hour canoe tour that will drive you through the arms of the backwater. In this way you have the opportunity to experience the backwaters around Alleppey very individually and up close. Far away from the houseboat mass tourism, you will find time to relax when you slide through the water arms, try local delicacies on the shore or wander through nearby settlements. When you arrive in Alleppey, you will visit a family who will prepare a typical lunch for you. You will then have time to look at the traditional production of coconut fiber mats and stroll through the city. In the evening you return to the farmstay, where your hosts await you with dinner. Day 5 - Departure / onward journey After breakfast it is time to say goodbye. You will be brought to Alleppey and from there to your Ayurveda resort. Detailed program - India Farmstays in Kerala - extensions 5

6 PRACTICAL INFORMATION ATMOSFAIR / ARRIVAL / TRANSFERS Arrival You are flying with a well-known airline in economy class from Germany to Cochin and back. We are happy to offer you the Business Class tariff or departures from Vienna, Zurich or other airports of your choice for a surcharge. Neue Weg Reisen is not liable for flight schedule changes, delays, etc. and any resulting program changes. The international regulations of the airlines apply. Atmosfair Join us for climate-neutral flying: New ways pays half of the fee for every atmosfair booking. This is how atmosfair works: Under you can determine the CO² emissions of your flight with just a few clicks. The same amount of carbon dioxide is saved elsewhere in an atmosfair-financed project, for example by an Indian village replacing its diesel generator with a modern solar system. When you fly atmosfair, you support these projects with a donation based on the CO² emissions of your flight. Simply indicate when booking that you want to fly climate neutral. atmosfair is certified by TÜV and is continuously monitored. So you can be sure that you combine interesting trips with responsible behavior - really atmosfair! If you would like to make an atmosfair contribution, please indicate this when booking! Half of the contribution gives you new ways! ENTRY REGULATIONS / SECURITY Entry regulations On the Indian government introduced the Tourist Visa On Arrival (TVoA) enabled with electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) to make it easier for German and other foreign tourists from certain countries to enter India. To do this, holidaymakers must first fill out a so-called ETA application (Electronic Travel Authorization) online at:. You will find all currently valid requirements and regulations noted there. The cost of the visa is $ 60. In addition, it is still possible to apply for a visa by post before the trip, which is taken over by the representations of India (embassies and consulates) or by a visa service upstream of the consulate. The costs for this are approx. 65, the above-mentioned visa services charge additional processing fees. Here, too, you need a passport that is valid for 6 months after departure. The visa cannot be applied for at the border or at the airport. Tourist visas are issued for a period of 6 months from the date of issue. Experience has shown that the postal application period for a visa is 2-3 weeks. We recommend that you apply by post about four weeks before the start of your journey. You apply for a visa yourself. We will send you all the necessary information with the booking confirmation. Further information on: (Germany) (Switzerland)) (Austria) Safety instructions India is generally a safe country to travel to. Since the risk of pickpocketing is quite high in tourist centers, it is advisable to always carry money, flight tickets and passports on your body or to deposit them in the hotel safe. Please keep a copy of the inside of the passport and the visa as well as passport photos and, if applicable, check numbers separately. Detailed program - India Farmstays in Kerala - extensions 6

7 In hotels, please avoid leaving luggage or valuables open in the room unattended. The website of the Foreign Office provides current information on the security situation: HEALTH AND VACCINATIONS During your Ayurveda cure you will mainly eat vegetarian food. Should you still want to enjoy fish or meat, make sure that it is always well done. In this way you can avoid diarrhea and many tropical and infectious diseases. Furthermore, no country in the world offers a greater variety of vegetarian delicacies. Important medication Please take your usual medication with you in sufficient quantities. You should put together a small first-aid kit in consultation with your general practitioner. Protect yourself from prolonged and intense sun exposure with a light sun hat, good sunglasses and creams for the lips and skin. Medicines against the flu and against stomach and intestinal upset are important. Also, think about adequate protection against insect bites. Anyone who has to take medication regularly or suffers from mental or physical illnesses should consult their family doctor before departure. The health service of the Federal Foreign Office generally recommends protection against tetanus, diphtheria, polio, influenza, pertussis and hepatitis A. For long-term stays over four weeks or special risks, also hepatitis B, Japanese encephalitis, rabies, typhoid, possibly cholera. Current information at: Before starting your trip, it is advisable to seek advice from a tropical doctor. You can get good information on health and vaccinations from the Center for Travel Medicine at or from the Tropical Institute Hamburg at There you will also find information on malaria prophylaxis. It is best to drink only mineral water from purchased, originally closed bottles (available everywhere in India), or drink treated water. Otherwise, other bottled drinks are also okay as long as the bottles were originally closed before drinking. Ice cubes in drinks are absolutely taboo. As a precaution, do not eat ice cream or unpeeled fruit. The general rule is: "Peel it, cook it, or forget it!" TAKE CARE RECOMMENDATIONS In southern India, you usually need light, less delicate cotton clothing, a sun hat and comfortable shoes. For the twilight it is always advisable to have light, long-sleeved clothing with you (protection against mosquitoes). You should provide an umbrella for the monsoon season. Some laundry soap or powder to wash clothes while traveling is always recommended. In most hotels, however, items can also be given to be washed. Please pay attention to appropriate clothing. In India, people dress simply, but sloppy or inappropriate clothing is not welcome. Women should adapt their clothing to the customs of Indian women, i.e. long leg clothing or skirts, covered shoulders and a detailed program - India Farmstays in Kerala - extensions 7

Wear 8 opaque tops. Clothing that covers your shoulders and legs is required for temple visits. Please think of light shoes or sandals that are easy to take off, as you have to take off your shoes at religious sites and private houses. Please take a suitcase, travel bag, duffel bag or rucksack that is no longer new, but still usable, as signs of wear and tear on the luggage are unavoidable on flights and normal domestic transport. We also recommend taking a daypack with you. Miscellaneous Take all toiletries with you, medication (see list), insect repellent, sunscreen, lipsticks, remedies for colds and sore throats (which occur very easily in India!), Pocket knife (please do not put in hand luggage), good flashlight (power failure), good sunglasses, note material , Ballpoint pen, handkerchiefs, umbrella or rain cover during the rainy season. Please note the airlines' hand luggage regulations. You can use it as a means of payment in many places or withdraw local currency at an ATM. In the meantime, you can receive or pay national currency in larger towns even with an EC / Maestro card. You can inquire about the amount of the fee at your bank. Post Post offices are open from Monday to Friday from 6 p.m. and on Saturdays. Main post offices in the big cities also around the clock. Letters and postcards usually take 5-8 days. Parcels by sea mail between 2 and 6 months. As a rule, Swiss Post works reliably. Airmail packages take 5-8 days but are very expensive. In most Ayurveda resorts, you can drop off your post at reception and you will also receive stamps here. Telephoning The country code for India is +91. Telephone calls can be made in many post offices in telegraph offices, or from private telephone agencies. In most areas you can now also make calls with your German cell phone. You can obtain detailed information from your provider. Area code from India to Germany: +49, to Austria +43 and to Switzerland +41.Internet There are now Internet cafes in every major city and in the tourist centers. CURRENCY / POSTAL / TELECOMMUNICATIONS Currency The local currency is the Indian rupee. It is divided into 100 Paise. Since the value of the rupee has been subject to strong fluctuations in the past, it is advisable to determine the current exchange rate under The first exchange of money (euros in cash) is best done on arrival at the airport. Otherwise, you can change cash almost anywhere in India without any problems. Only in very remote areas could it be difficult. We also recommend that you bring a common credit card (American Express, Visa or MasterCard) with you. This detailed program - India Farmstays in Kerala - extensions 8

9 CUSTOMS REGULATIONS Customs regulations Foreign currencies from an amount of USD (cash or travelers checks) must be declared upon entry. Other high-quality items (e.g. video cameras) must also be declared. The import of gold coins and bars as well as weapons is strictly prohibited. The import and export of Indian rupees is also prohibited. In the event of a violation of customs or entry regulations, there is a risk of arrest on departure. The export of jewelry and precious stones must not exceed a fixed value. Antiques may not be exported without permission. Valuable items, including video cameras, may only be imported duty-free if the tourist submits a written declaration of commitment to the Indian customs officers that he will export the items again or pay the taxes for them. An entry is made in the passport. The export of protected animal hides and plants is prohibited. Violations are punished with high fines and imprisonment. The "Tourist Baggage Re-Export Form" issued by customs must be kept safely until you leave the country again. Store films in a cool, dry place during the tour. Please wait until you get home before developing the films. Please be cautious with the camera, especially if you want to take pictures of people. You should ask permission first, but it is generally granted. However, a refusal should definitely be accepted! If you promise to send someone the picture, please do so too. In India, some historical sites are used as places of worship. You should be particularly careful when taking photos here, as it is forbidden to take photos of people in front of statues and paintings. It is best to ask the temple guard in advance whether photography is allowed. A temple donation of a few rupees will i. d. R. expected. Entry / Photo Permits At some ancient sites and in the wilderness areas, photography is only permitted with an entry and photography permit. The prices in the different places are different. Ask your local guide. Further customs information on importing goods can be obtained from the Indian embassy. Only there can you be given legally binding information. GOOD TO KNOW Electricity The power supply in India is roughly identical to that in Germany with volts and 50 Hz. The Indian sockets have three thick pens, but hotels and rented rooms often have universal sockets that also fit European or American plugs. Nevertheless, it is advisable to take an international adapter with you. Photo equipment, sufficient films or memory cards, flash light and batteries / rechargeable batteries. You can buy films on site, but they are quite expensive and often old. For digital cameras memory cards and enough spare batteries. INSURANCE We recommend taking out travel cancellation insurance. You can conclude this directly with us when you book your trip. A comprehensive insurance package with travel health insurance, medical emergency assistance and luggage insurance can also be booked. Please note that you must take out a contract no later than 30 days prior to departure. In the case of short-term travel bookings, the purchase must be made when registering. Detailed program - India Farmstays in Kerala - extensions 9

10 ADDITIONAL COSTS / TIPS Tips If you are satisfied with the service, an appropriate tip is advisable. In India about rupees are appropriate for small services (housekeeping, porters). In tourist restaurants or hotels, a so-called "service charge" of 10% is often added to the bill. Then you don't have to tip any more. Otherwise, a tip of around 5-10% is appropriate. Local Indian tour guides and drivers who contribute to the success of the trip expect a generous gesture (depending on satisfaction between 100 and 200 rupees / day, corresponds to approx. 2-4 euros / day). Your tour guide will inform you accordingly on site. Your tour guide is also happy to receive a tip in recognition of her performance. you can avoid the use of plastic bags by taking a cloth bag with you. This is how you can help reduce the amount of plastic. Visiting cultural institutions and meeting the local population will be an unforgettable experience, especially if you follow the advice of the tour guide and the Sympathie Magazine that we send out. In principle, you should always carry a few rupees with you in small bills so that you can honor small services that you make use of. Catering For lunch and dinner (if not included in the travel services) please calculate EUR 2-5 per day. Drinks (mineral water, chai tea) are very cheap in India. ENVIRONMENT As a sustainable tour operator, we attach great importance to environmental protection and the appropriate use of local resources. The individual also bears responsibility here and can contribute to making their trip sustainable! Water and electricity are scarce in many countries. By using these resources sparingly, you support sustainable development. Since the waste disposal in the host countries often does not correspond to the German conditions, you should make sure that you produce as little waste as possible. Just a few small steps can be very helpful here! The use of plastic bottles can be avoided by taking reusable drinking bottles with you. These can be topped up with treated water. If you do not dispose of batteries and other sensitive waste on site, but take them back to Germany with you, you will avoid unnecessary pollution of the host country. When shopping detailed program - India Farmstays in Kerala - extensions 10

11 OTHER With NEUE WEGE you travel sustainably! Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) describes the corporate responsibility for sustainable development. This relates to the economic activity of a company, to environmental aspects up to social relationships and structures. The CSR seal, which is awarded by an independent certification council TourCert (experts from tourism, science, environment, development & politics), provides information about the materiality and verifiability of sustainable development in tourism companies. Sustainability has been an integral part of the NEUE WEGE company philosophy since the company was founded. We have taken the CSR initiative and give you, as a responsible holiday guest, guidance and create more transparency on the topic of sustainability. In order to receive the CSR seal in 2009, NEUE WEGE wrote a sustainability report to document all CSR activities. With the re-certifications in March 2011 and 2014, we underline the continuous improvement process with regard to our sustainability goals. See for yourself and read more in the NEUE WEGE sustainability report under: COUNTRY AND PEOPLE TIME DIFFERENCE AND CLIMATE The time difference between Germany and India is +3.5 hours in summer and +4.5 hours in winter. The best time to travel to South India is between October and March. During these months, summer temperatures usually prevail in southern India, which continue to rise from April until the monsoon sets in in July / August. The rain comes mainly from the southwest, but the southeast coast is touched by a short northeast monsoon, which brings rain from mid-October to the end of November. During the monsoons it does not rain all the time and not all day. It rains almost every day, but mostly only for a short time. Shortly afterwards the sun is shining in the sky again and everything is fresh and pleasant. Climate information under: LANGUAGE AND UNDERSTANDING The two national official languages ​​are Hindi and English. It is especially easy to communicate in English with educated Indians. However, the standard of education is sometimes still very low, especially in less developed areas, which can make communication there problematic. It usually does not occur in shops, restaurants, rickshaws and taxis, as knowledge of English is usually sufficient for at least basic, subject-related exchange. You collect plus points if you acquire some expressions of the respective Indian regional language (e.g. Malayalam). Detailed program - India Farmstays in Kerala - extensions 11

12 dishes are heavily seasoned, the selection of vegetarian dishes, on the other hand, is milder and more agreeable, especially for non-local tastes. "Sadya" is the traditional, vegetarian menu in Kerala. It is usually served as lunch. These include boiled, pink rice, side dishes, savory, pickles and desserts spread out on a banana leaf. According to tradition, the pointed end of the sheet must point to the left in front of the seated guest. The rice is served on the lower half of the leaf. RELIGION AND CULTURE Hinduism defines daily life in India. Regular pilgrimages to the holy places of the numerous deities are a matter of course for most Indians. Although Buddhism originated in India, it is almost no longer represented in India. In Kerala there are one third Christian, one third Hindu and one third Muslim. India is one of the largest cultural nations in the world with a rich history of art and philosophy that goes back thousands of years. For further information, we recommend reading the sympathy magazine India, which offers you a good cross-section of history, religion and everyday culture. You will receive this with the booking documents. FOOD AND DRINK The cuisine of South India has its origins in the history, geography and culture of the country. It can be divided into two types - vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. ALL NON-VEGETARIAN SHOPPING AND SOUVENIRS Fabric manufacturing is one of the most important industries; Indian silks, cotton fabrics and wool fibers are among the best in the world. India's carpet industry is also one of the largest in the world. Many examples of this ancient and beautiful craft are exhibited in museums. Clothing is very inexpensive and can be made to measure or changed in many shops on request within a short time. Jewelry is rich in tradition, heavy and extremely diverse. Indian silverware is world famous. You can have gemstones processed directly at the place of purchase. Other special features: arts and crafts, wooden articles, chutneys, spices, teas, perfumes, soaps and handmade paper. It is sold both in bazaars and in permanent stores. It is generally customary to trade in markets. For those who prefer not to haggle, there are shops with fixed prices. Shop opening times: Mon - Sat in the large shops. Detailed program - India Farmstays in Kerala - extensions 12

13 APPENDIX TRAVEL LITERATURE We urgently recommend reading up on your trip and preparing for sightseeing with travel literature. A small selection of interesting travel literature is listed here. The books can be ordered in any bookstore. Various travel guides SPECIAL BEHAVIOR In India, on formal occasions, people greet each other with clasped hands and head bent over and say Namaste. When entering holy places one is asked to take off one's shoes. This also applies to many Ayurveda centers. In temples, it is also considered an insult to stand or sit with your back to the deity. In most areas, people eat by hand. Only the right hand is used here, as the left hand is considered unclean. However, cutlery is available everywhere. Many Hindus are vegetarians and many, especially women, do not drink alcohol. Smoking is prohibited in all publicly accessible buildings. Small gifts in recognition of the hospitality offered are appropriate. Sarina Singh, Trent Holden and Abigail Hole: South India & Kerala. Lonely Planet (2014). ISBN-10: Nelles, Günter: India - The South. Nelles Verlag (2014). ISBN-10: X Herbert, Wolfgang: My India: Travel Notes, Meditations, Philosophical Excursions. European University Publisher (2014). ISBN-10: Krack, Rainer: KulturSchock India. Reise Know How Verlag (2013). ISBN-10: Barkemeier, Martin: India the south: travel guide for individual discovery. Reise Know How Verlag (2011). ISBN-10: Neumann-Adrian, Edda and Michael: Travel Guest in India Iwanowski's travel book publisher (2010). ISBN: Ayurveda Ruff, Carola: Ayurveda in everyday life. Book publisher for women (2011). ISBN-10: Detailed Program - India Farmstays in Kerala - Extensions 13

14 Volker Mehl, Christina Raftery: This is how happiness tastes: My Ayurvedic local cuisine. Kailash Publishing House (2013). ISBN-10: Lad, Vasant: The great Ayurveda healing book. Windpferd Verlag (2011). ISBN-10: Joachim Skibbe, Petra Müller-Jani: Baking according to Ayurveda cakes, tarts & pastries. Pala-Verlag (2013). ISBN-10: Prof. Dr. med. Gustav Dobos: Activate the powers of self-healing. Zabert Sandmann GmbH (2008). ISBN-10: Rosenberg, Kerstin: Ayurveda - medicine and cuisine. Schirner Verlag (2007). ISBN-10: Hans Heinrich Rhyner, Birgit Frohn: Medicinal plants in Ayurveda. AT Verlag (2006). ISBN-10: Fiction Schiller, Bernd: Red pepper in Ghandi's green garden. South Indian wonder worlds. Picus Verlag (2006). ISBN-10: Thielmann, Rainer: India from within: Enigmatic, magical, wondrously foreign. Reiselyrik Verlag (2011). ISBN-10: Kamp, Christina: Three blind people describe the elephant. Kerala tells. Horlemann Verlag (2006). ISBN-10: Wirth, Maria: From Gurus, Bollywood and Sacred Cows. A declaration of love to India. Herbig Verlag (2006). ISBN-10: Nair, Anita: The salt of the three seas. Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag (2006). ISBN-10: Bauhofer, Ulrich: Confident and relaxed through Ayurveda. Südwest Verlag (2005). ISBN-10: Schrott, Ernst: Ayurveda for health, happiness and long life. Mosaik Verlag (2005). ISBN-10: Rosenberg, Kerstin: The great Ayurveda book. Gräfe & Unzer Verlag (2004). ISBN-10: Mehl, Volker: Cook yourself happily with Ayurveda. Kailash Publishing House (2011). ISBN-10: Detailed Program - India Farmstays in Kerala - Extensions 14

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16 CONTACT DETAILS AND REGISTRATION Dr. Petra Holz Team Leader Ayurveda Angelika Sturtz Group Travel Asia NEUE WEGE Seminars & Travel Am Getreidespeicher 11, Rheinbach Tel: + 49- (0), Fax: + 49- (0) NEUE WEGE has been certified with the CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) sustainability seal since 2009 ! Detailed program - India Farmstays in Kerala - extensions 16