Coconut Creek Farm and Homestay Kumarakom
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... houses from the surrounding villages, and set within a series of irrigation canals in a coconut grove. It's all meant to be very ecological, with Eco sanitation, recycled water, a biomass digester ( whatever that is!).
Have booked myself an Ayurvedic head massage for tomorrow, that's after I've been on an early morning birding trip with the hotel naturalist, don't think Ron's up for that.
We swam in the pool, then went to watch the sun set over the lake....very ...
... with a bit of extra cash to ride them so me and a chick from the hotel, Franziska, shared a taxi there. But once you're there you're not allowed anywhere near them, never mind helping to bathe them, and despite the signs up advertising rides there ain't nothing of the sort. So basically you end up paying for a taxi that takes two hours each way to watch a bunch of angry looking man scrub elephants for twenty ...
... harbor. We went to an amazing Folklore Museum where one man has collected Keralan artefacts for twenty years and put them in this museum, an beautiful and interesting collection. Peter had not been there and was very impressed! We ate a very local restaurant for lunch, food was very good, i learnt all the names for local dishes and how to pronounce them... quite hard...I practice them when I am dining alone in my head, he was ...
... A rapid pack and shower ensued and we were ready in time to disembark. Finding the taxi driver was the next challenge which was only surpassed in finding him and wondering if he had had his 10th birthday yet..... Unphased, we entered the cab and enjoyed a vigorous journey back to Fort Kochin. The rest of the day has been spent grazing on various levels of food and drink, culminating in a bottle of Indian Sauvignon Blanc in a rather fancy hotel. Night bus, here we ...
... and met our guide, Anil Kumar, a very nice young man (and knowledgeable, too, but then, remember, I can't really comment on that because I'm not here to learn.)
From there, we got onto a cute little boat with a woven cover with one boatman in the front and one in the back, who we seldom saw. The little boat we were on carried only the two boatmen, an older Indian Gujarati couple, our guide, and the two of us gals. We could have been ...