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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... for 400 rupees. No thank you, we end up in a rickshaw for 100. Pulling up to Johnson's the lights are out and the gate closed. Oh dear, just as Fi is rattling on the gate and yelling out a car pulls up behind us, it's Johnson! He shows us a family suite with about six beds in for 800 rupees, he says he also has a 500 rupee room, we took the bungalow shack in the garden, for 500 rupees. A mossie net above the bed, and an ensuite. Sorted. Johnson asks if we'd had dinner, and we ...
... than his intelligence and ability to lead.
28. We’re not that interesting, but we can do interesting things.
27. Just because a country boasts a wine region doesn't mean the wine tastes good. (India)
26. Nobody wants to take the Bulgarian Lev outside of Bulgaria, especially the currency exchange office. What does it say about Eastern Europe when even Serbia thinks Bulgaria is too corrupt?
25. Audio books and ...
We hired a house boat for 24 hours from the lake and paddy resort. A house boat is basically a boat with what look likes a bamboo house stuck on top of it. It has a kitchen, dining room, bedroom with en suite and a outside front deck seating area where the driver sat and a upstairs seating area for lounging on. We set sail at 11:00 am with our driver (not sure of his name) and our young friendly massively camp host/chef named ...
... He was a Christian and went to St. Sebastian Catholic Church.
We saw Vasco De Gamma's (temporary) burial spot in an old church and saw the Chinese fishing nets and lots of beautiful sari's and sweet children.
It was Sunday and many people were out and about celebrating the off day. Sunday is the day for weddings and celebrations and we saw many celebrations.
Spice stores, and collectables, market places and churches, it was ...
... my idea of a delicious breakfast. Especially as I don't love coconut, a problem in a place called land of coconuts (Kerala). Awkward. Anyway, I have been very good at trying everything and the things I do not like are: coconut, cardamom and chai. Everything else I pretty much like! Anyway, back to yesterday. Peter picked me up on his motorbike in the morning, we then went to a hotel just outside Alleppey to give a lady called Darsanna some pictures I took of her and her mother in ...