Johnson's The Nest Homestay
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJohnson's The Nest Homestay Kochi
it is on the main road so every thing close by.
and very friendly staff. they offer a good day trip for you for a good price.
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... weaving the ropes into carpets. And some were just being wound onto large reels. Apparently much of it is sent abroad. It was cool! Then the final drive to Allepey. It took just over 2 hours in total. And it was so hot. I don't think I've ever felt so hot, ever. Every part of me was sweating. I did begin to feel a bit ill. But then we were driving through the backwaters, large open rivers and lakes, totally surrounded by palms and large houseboats tied up ...
... today, I had another one but in a more relaxed environment.
It felt good to be going down memory lane today of all days! But…. enough daydreaming for one day! It was now getting late and I had plans for later on. Something not done or seen yet in Kochi and I definitely didn’t want to be late!
... and was a little stressed. He got me at probably 2x the amount it should have been, and then argued for another 50 Rupees in kannada (language) for some reason I didn’t know. ugh. I was so frustrated. Another guy, in his determination even gave my money back to me because he said it wasn’t enough. I thought that was pretty funny and decided to take it and walk with it. Ha! You should have seen his face. He was absolutely not expecting it. It’s times ...
... underdressed. One thing about the base was it is not very wheelchair accessible, but Anne did not seem to mind being carried around by 4 young men in uniform! I was meant to get in the first boat back, but unfortunately there was not enough life jackets left so I stayed behind with Jono one of the BMs, first stop the corner shop to get some local sweets, then a visit to the local fish seller- unfortunately we did not have the authorisation to ...
... and animals make India the unique place it is. From the stream of men (and women) who wanted to take our photo, to the staring, stroking, blowing in our faces or occasional tutting or spitting, we certainly felt like we stuck out like a sore thumb! In Rajastan in particular we saw few other white faces which at first I found a bit disconcerting but after a while it felt quite normal to be immersed in India away from western culture. I love the ...