San Mike Homestay
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... and he had mangos! So I bought a few of those too! Cost £1 for all - so cheap! For a late lunch we headed to the restaurant I wanted to go to last week (and was closed), it was now open! I had a vegetable thali, it was so delicious! Rice, chapati, okra curry, a potato vegetable curry, lentil dhal, and tomato and cucumber slices. Yum! Although it was such a huge portion I barely looked like I had eaten anything! Back at the hotel I repacked all my bags - managing ...
... place I enjoyed seeing was the spice market still using the same building as when it opened in the early 1600s. I also visited the old Jewish quarter including a very old synagogue - now only seven Jewish people live in the town. Joseph, my rickshaw driver dropped me off at the jetty and I travelled over to the other side of the harbour - a cost of 7pence! I passed luxury cruise liners, ...
... was twirling a long wooden stick - the fellow admitting that he had lost control once before having the stick fly out of his hands and striking a child. On Dad and my early morning walk we had come across a promising looking hotel/restaurant called Malabar House or Malabar Junction. It had a lovely courtyard and a good looking menu. Once Dad saw that it had an actual ...
... or safety issues by stating, 'All passengers on this vessel must be able to use the safety equipment supplied" I wonder? Ernakulam was little different to any other Indian City all hustle and bustle, street vendors everywhere and assortments of colours and noise. We had pleasant stroll along a promenade that was in varying conditions of building and decay and watched the fishermen drying their fish on parts of the sea wall. As this was a Saturday, the place was full of ...
... Never wanting to turn down an opportunity to choke out an Indian for his country's poor customer service Martyn obliged. You can see how this went by observing the photos.
The next day we booked to go on a backwater tour; opting to do this over a houseboat overnight stay mainly on price (6000RS Vs 850RS) and the fact smaller boats with visit the smaller villages and actual backwater parts rather than the big, wider houseboats that would only stay on the ...