San Mike Homestay
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... Year we decided in the evening to slash out and go to five star bar for beer, Roz was even talking about wine, when we arrived in the evening however it was shut for maintenance. This seemed odd as the hotel was stuffed with western guests, though Roz had read that alcohol was not served on the first of the month. What it most certainly was, was a major disappointment! Climbing back to the hotel we had decided to eat at our gloom settled. However on entering the establishment and ...
So far what we have found out about the province of Keralla is that it is the most affluent province of india. There are no shanties, people live in homes. The municipal government is run by the communist party. Like all governments they have very little say, the country is run by the banks.
One of the things that is greatly encouraged all through out india is to get back to ...
... a 5 day tour around the province of Kerala where we would visited the backwaters, Periyar and Munnar. Upon returning to Fort Kochi after our trip we had 3 days before we flew to Thailand and we didn't do much except eat. Found a great place called The Teapot for breakfast. Inside were hundreds of kettles and tea related memorabilia and it was the only place we had found in India that did a good breakfast. We also had a go at cooking Indian by taking a brilliant cooking class where ...
... with Donald ( our assistant) Joseb (chef) and our driver whose name we missed and it's now too late to ask again! With our own little sunbathing deck, living room and ensuite bedroom we were good to go and literally sailed around the backwaters for two days with the most amazing views and fab sunsets. The first night we anchored for dinner at the ...
... anywhere was completely unbothered and remained peacefully snoring asleep under the car. I had no choice but to stop, drop and roll (I believe this works in other crises situations) under the taxi to tap him on the shoulder. His eyes were WIDE and his entire body jumped off the tar mat into the under body of the car, I guess I gave him a HUGE fright, whoops. In 30 seconds we had both rolled out from under the car and were off in the direction of where Max was guarding ...