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... way to port, and our little boat got caught up in the wake of the larger boat. Instead of hitting the waves head on, the Captain decided to parallel the waves and we rocked and rolled way too much for me. By the way, there was only one life jacket aboard this tiny boat.
We then sailed on taking our pictures and enjoying the cool, calming ride. Until......there were two fishermen in a very tiny boat, more canoe size, fishing with their net. The ...
... Aah, our room! The nicest and cleanest place we've had on this trip. An enormous room, compared to the other hotels we've been to and twice the size of our apartment in Oslo! We have our own balcony, with a view of the 105 meter long pool and beyond that we can see the backwaters of the Kumbalam lake. NICE!
We've also got a big clean shower (very refreshing after 2days on a train!!) It's quiet and relaxing here, hope we can recharge our batteries ...
... up to do and the beer was going down a treat in the Indian heat. For dinner we grabbed some curry at a nearby street restaurant which was very tasty. When the guy brought out the starters there was enough to feed us all for a main course which was great. First taste of real Indian cooking gets a big thumbs up! Both fairly knackerred from travelling all day we got an early night in a very big comfy bed and fell straight to ...
... we arrived in KL around midday.
Catching a shuttle bus to the international airport from our tin shed LCCT was an adventure including having a steady rain shower from the air conditioning vent on my head and then a giant BANG and we'd popped a tyre. 20 minutes later we were picked up by the next shuttle bus and we made it to the nice international airport.
Michael and I whiled away the time by me throttling Michael repeatedly at Monopoly ...
... for India but we made a mistake and got a train straight from Mumbai to Kerala rather than taking in Goa on the way down.
My thoughts on India as a whole are; surprisingly to me very positive, i really liked the people, always friendly and happy to help, and it's so nice them being honest and not having to worry about being taken for a ride. Kerala is an absolutely spectacular part of the world, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Lovely home stay, managing to be central and very peaceful. Lovely clean rooms, pleasant host, we have stayed there in three separate trips, reliable and safe.
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