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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... for our trusty steads.
From Jew Town, we ripped back to the area around our hotel, where we found the rest of our crew (sans Suzie) shopping and getting ready to grab some gelato. So after a quick break for a cold treat, we took the girls for a joyride around the peninsula. Once they had their fill, we grabbed Shawn, who rotated the person he doubled with and filmed/took pictures of our riding as we continued our exploration (I will try to get some of these later). ...
... street processions complete with elephants, drummers and flaming torches. We knew something was up - we had found enormous poos on the street that could only have come from an elephant, or a horse with a serious bowel problem!
One of the tourist highlights of Kerala is a trip along the backwaters, a series of lakes and rivers that run for hundreds of miles along the coast. You can do anything from half day ...
... triumphing over the huge plate of food in front of me he came around again with more! After lunch I just relaxed and had a nap and sat watching the river for a while. I took a walk through the village and all of the people are very friendly. It's a farming village so lots of goats, chickens, rice paddies and fruit trees. Later on in the afternoon our host took us on a walk through the village and showed us various plants ...
... tomato and onion salad, and a sort-of-coleslaw without the mayonnaise. It was delicious, and we left the table absolutely stuffed. We were then offered a seat in the garden where we chatted with Our Host, and were served black tea with tapioca crisps in the shade. It being Sunday and Vishu, Our Guide's extended family showed up during the afternoon, and 5 grandchildren made themselves at home, running around and giving us curious glances. Sadly, it was soon time to leave, and we ...
... minibus driver and the worlds most dangerous roads! So, that's it, admin day today (writing this amongst other things), brilliant Biriyani in the offing tonight at Dal Roti and then off to Delhi to start our lap of north India tomorrow. That's the cue for thick and fast Blog updates over the next 20 packed days of travel.... PS: Dal Roti had run out of mutton again. vegetable Biriyani just isn't the same, but Sarah's Kati Roll was superb. All set for the Delhi trip tomorrow, bye for ...