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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... never ending stream of people wanting to sell you something, but that’s something I’m used to by now.
I meet other travelers in the more touristic places. Sometimes conversations only last for the usual "where are you from? “, “what’s your name", etc. But it also happens that conversations are about society, philosophy or someone’s life story. Those are the ...
... previously, and were glad to be able to get a room here again. The owner, Tony John is a Syrian Catholic Kerala, his ancestors travelled to Kerala in the 3rd century on search of spices and decided to stay. Syrian Christians are all over Kerala, usually having saints names, they are easily spotted. Saying that, Stanley also seems to be a popular name, our young driver the other day was called Stanley too. Yes, I am sure thatI smirked when he ...
... this "thing" about feet. I think they are dirty. And while I love a good foot massage, I believe in treating that area separately with certain sanitary parameters in place. For instance, wear gloves if you're rubbing my feet. Use a different kind of oil or cream, wash your hands before moving from the feet up to another part of the body. As you know, Eric and I have also been removing footwear in multiple locations. As we learned in Goa, mud homes will often use cow ...
... people returning to the ship. Went to Johnny Rockets for lunch and brought Bob and Marg a milkshake to slurp.
Kent couldn't get back into our room as the batteries were dead in the lock...never knew that could happen. Finally got a fellow to fix it and we were finally able to go home. No time for a swim but enjoyed the day fully. Sue and Dawn are really fun to travel with.
We found out today that the Scottish name for Macfarlane is "Fadgie".
... the tooktook man takes us wherever he feels like. makes out he knows where hes going then stops to ask about 3 other drivers on route. Mark asked the man to take us to the ferry. instead we are taken the long way round over a bridge to fort Cochin. After bargaining with a lady we have decided to stay at a guest house called 'Fort Castle'. Works out 800 rupees a night but we are close to everything and its nice, clean. She's decided to tell us as we r walking out the door to get ...