Coconut Creek Farm and Homestay Kumarakom

Address: Near Nazareth Church, Kumarakom, Kerala, 686563, India | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on Near Nazareth Church, Kumarakom.
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      Pamper session why not?!

      A travel blog entry by 12bex12 on Feb 16, 2013

      1 comment, 1 photo

      Started off with a (somewhat late) Queens breakfast. This morning I broke the trend had curry for breakfast, and it was not a disappointment. After a break I thought it was best to hit the gym hard and had a good old workout. What more could one want after a ************ at the gym but a massage. It was brilliant day of pampering. Hit the hotel restaurant in style this evening with a live band for me and one other couple! Complete ...

      Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear

      A travel blog entry by nealchauhan on Sep 09, 2012

      ... response and undeterring response. Knowing it was my lack of hindi that was creating the barrier, I took out my handy little Indian phrase book given to me by Hayley and began reminding myself of some Gujurati (I could at least hold my own in my local dialect, rather than failing terribly in Hindi), whilst watching those deemed Hindu enough to enter. Having caught the jist of it all I circled the large temple to find the Western entrance, a smaller guarded door with ...

      Ft. Cochin, Day Two

      A travel blog entry by gitakathleen on Jun 06, 2012

      2 comments, 31 photos

      ... Yesterday was trucks and industrial areas, today it is stone walls. Gita commented at one point on the patina on the walls - some areas are so decrepit as to be beautiful. In other places, handbills have been posted, then disintegrated, leaving behind a kaleidoscope of color fragments. I became interested in capturing the variety of these walls.

      A few other funny moments today. We woke up this morning still full from yesterday's late lunch. But ...

      Housboating the backwaters

      A travel blog entry by marczimmer on Mar 15, 2012

      10 photos

      ... accorded to the water.

      Of course there were as many differences as there were similarities. I
      don't think I saw any dhotis or Sarees in Brazil. The waterways were
      refreshingly free of garbage. It was one of the few places that was
      overflowing with litter. Dengue fever in India is uncontrolled and a
      major problem. ...

      India - First Encounter

      A travel blog entry by mnm2012 on Feb 18, 2012

      16 photos

      ... of political and religious involvement is evident in every street plastered with billboards of party candidates and slogans and every corner turned you find a temple, mosque, church or small road side shrine. A truly pluralist society, the people especially the children are overwhelmingly friendly always offering a smile and genuinely interested to talk to you and ask where you are from, it makes up for all the stares that you inevitably ...