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Looking forward to the next part of our trip...Kerala with all it's promise for Ayurvedic healing. We left our (extremely) humble abode this morning and our humble helper, Ashish. He worked at the Tarika's Sea Breeze and did all our bidding for us. Such heartfelt kindness is exemplary of the people in Goa! We are flying to Cochin via Banglore on …
... Dag en nacht verschil met het oude! Het oude gebouw word nu omgebouwd tot kantoor voor Sofosh, de organisatie. Na een tour door het nieuwe gebouw, ook even Hrishikesh (lees rieshiekees) laten zien, dit is mijn favoriete baby en ik zijn favoriete verzorger. Mama werd even emotioneel bij het zien van een 1 maand oud babytje, iets waar ze zelf ook van schrok. Ikzelf werd ook weer even wakker geschud dat het toch niet niks is waarin je werkt en dat je er toch enigszins aan gewend raakt. ...
... for a day and we should be ok tomorrow. We had hoped to leave Kochi today as we have kinda seen everything we wanted to see. But we will leave tomorrow to a place called Somnar, which is up in the mountains of Kerala, and is basically a town set in the middle of a massive tea growing region, so that will be a bit cooler than here at the minute. We are having to get used to getting up early and doing stuff before the temperature gets too hot, and then coming back to ...
... at the prospect of doing a sleeper train alone, particularly as I had asked for a non AC sleeper berth, rather than an AC carriage where lots of tourists travel. However it turned out to be a really good experience, and one I would totally recommend. Basically it was just me and a whole train of Indian guys, which could have been intimidating, as I have heard stories about unwelcome advances in the dead of night(!) but I can honestly say I felt incredibly safe. Everyone ...
Everywhere we looked we saw men wearing the traditional Dhoti.
These are a large piece of material that was wrapped around the waist and tied in a knot, as our guide pointed out, they did not know of stitching until the Europeans had arrived. The Dhoti’s are worn in colour for everyday use and white for all types of special and ceremonial occasions.
We arrived at a large complex that was ...
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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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