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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... Shopping was awful. There was a WHSmith, full stop. I managed to spend my last £7 on overpriced biscuits. They were calling everyone to sit in a penned-off area by the gate. The guy asked to see a boarding pass and a bag tag (?!), I went to sit down and was rudely shouted at. I had to show my boarding pass to the person stood next to him too!!!! We boarded around 7am, yet again, someone to look at the boarding pass. And 20 paces later, the next person who wanted to see ...
... it's getting time to leave India. If we are feeling this way it's time to move on so we start to make plans for our next destination and start to search out flights.
With onward travel finally booked we skip the house boat and decide for a more personalized tour of the backwaters with a local guide we have met. We take to scooters and head inland. We stop at a toddy shop for some local palm wine. A hang out for the drunken locals this ...
... out. So, as he had to line up for quite a while to get served, he decided to get a bottle of rosé. I think it is disgusting, but Mark is enjoying it. We have progressed in what/where we can eat now. Eating in local hotels, and even eating the raw onions put on our plates of food. The food here is also very nice. Again eating fish most lunch times. Had a beautiful crab curry finally. As the hotel doesn't have a restaurant, we have been having a light ...
... travelled down a huge pass, passing a tipped over lorry truck that we had to navigate around, and a broken lorry truck. Each of the 27 hairpin passes was marked -1/27 and so forth. We noticed the change in temperature after coming down the pass from a comfortable 28 degrees to something over 30. We then understood why no train was built and why the bus takes so long.
We have checked into a little guesthouse in the backwaters of Kerala ...
... We were craving another hit from Dal Roti so we cycled back there for lunch, this time we tried the stuffed samosa....it said on the menu that it would fed 3+ but we said feic it as we were starved. The owner of the place started bursting his **** laughing when we ordered and said that we'd eat half of it and he'd pack up the rest for us to take away and he also moved us to a larger table to accommodate this ginormous lunch. You should have seen our faces when it landed ...