Coconut Creek Farm and Homestay Kumarakom
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... Anu’s husband, who two years later built a small cottage so that tourists could stay a night or two on the farm and experience life on the Keralan backwaters. Sadly he himself died just a few years later at the age of 32, leaving the farm to Anu and her two very young children. Rather than let tragedy overwhelm her, she set about developing both the farm and the tourism side, so that they now have a profitable farm, six beautiful homestay cottages and ...
... along side us for a bit before it lay down for a rest in the shade of a park bench. It looked similar in size and shape as my kelpies - prick-eared medium sized dogs seem to me to be the archetypal dog and I'm convinced this is the ancestral dog. I can't see Amy evidence that these dogs are pets, but they seem friendly enough. Later this afternoon we came across a couple of camels on the beach. For a small fee you could ...
Our stay at the Zuri Hotel here is amazing. They treat you like royalty! I could certainly get used having doors opened for me and being called maam! We headed off to Kottayam to do a bit of shopping, many hours of combing through all the beautiful saris and suits! Later in the evening there was a traditional Kathakali show. Amazing ...
... up to do and the beer was going down a treat in the Indian heat. For dinner we grabbed some curry at a nearby street restaurant which was very tasty. When the guy brought out the starters there was enough to feed us all for a main course which was great. First taste of real Indian cooking gets a big thumbs up! Both fairly knackerred from travelling all day we got an early night in a very big comfy bed and fell straight to ...
... on one day ;)
India makes me think of colour; the saris, the hand-painted trucks on the road, little shops selling colourful fabrics, bags, trousers and other textiles, ornate painted temples and shrines, neon flashing effigies of gods to worship and pimped up rickshaws with sparkly roofs or psychedelic carpet.
It also makes me think of litter. There's no getting around the fact that it is a messy country. Rubbish bins are few and ...