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 ...
... and just had a pit in my stomach. I just had no idea what to expect...as I have for most ports...but this was different and its hard to explain the fear. I did not end up getting off the ship until around 1:00 PM. Since I had my flight to Delhi today was just going to be a chill day to explore Cochin. I went out with Emily, Danielle, Conal, Thomas, and Lauren! We all head heard that when you get off the ship you are bombarded with people asking you if you need ...
... pasta salad - lovely and plain! We went for our own walking tour where I remembered the place from last time, the fishing nets, the food stalls, street sellers, playing field with people playing football, the church - it has not changed as much as I thought it would have done. Time back at the hotel before going out early evening to a Kathakali dance, for the first hour we watched as they put on their over the top makeup, thick bright green with ...
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 ...
... we went on a canoe trip. With 4 other tourists, we were first driven to a small village where we boarded our canoe. We were then punted through the narrow canals, ducking under low bridges, past traditional houses and fish and prawn farms. It reminded us a bit of the Marais Poitevin, near where we used to live in France, but with a lot more coconut trees and snakes swimming past the boat. There was also a stop where we learnt about the different plants that grow ...