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TravelPod Member ReviewsDream Hotel Kochi
Dream Hotel was very cosmopolitan. Mood lighting in the rooms was interesting. Maybe it was there for better dreams!
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DAY 24 - Wednesday, November 12, 2014: Agra–Delhi by Road and Delhi–Cochin by Air (B,L,D)
Morning drive to Delhi airport to board the IndiGo flight 6E 515 for Cochin. Lunch on your own at airport Arrive Cochin, meet assistance and transfer to the hotel. Dinner at hotel. Two nights Dream Hotel. Overnight at Hotel …
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We made our way to Kalpetta which is 900m above sea water where we stayed in a fantastic homestay. This was my first of a couple of homestays in South India, which were absolutely brilliant....basically the house(s) belong to a family/families and accommodation is provided as well as traditional local food (dinner and breakfast). The homestays have been in really remote but beautiful villages.
Whilst in Kalpetta, we ...
... thumb which is placed under the portion. Very efficient and fun. My efforts of eating like the locals was recognised by the ever inquisitive waiters. I think they "rated" my attempts quite highly. I just hope that in the cleaner's arsenal is a shovel. He / she will need it. All that is needed, is a little bread and with the fish, many could be fed (my biblical reference for the day).
Ernakulum is the new city while Fort ...
... approximately 3 hours or so before arriving at a small village where we were asked to buy snacks and then fed a Thali on a banana leaf. As soon as the last grain of rice had entered our mouths we were told to move out of the make shift dining area in order to allow the boatload of visitors to indulge in their dinner time feast. We were then left with no instruction or permission of what to do next so we decided to go for a wonder around the village before being ...
... fish they had caught ready to be sold by the kilo to the locals. We put our feet in the water as the kids ran around chasing birds and splashing each other. I talked one young boy who spoke very good English, he was around 12 years old and was asking if I was married, and I said no and he was taken aback with surprise - girls here are married generally at 18. I collected some beautiful emerald green shells which I intend on smuggling back home. We ...