The Gateway Hotel Marine Drive Ernakulam
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Gateway Hotel Marine Drive Ernakulam Kochi
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... Jack, Mo, and I decided that these would be the optimal method for travel and exploration, so we found a store in a back alley that would rent us some scooters for the afternoon. While most rentals are at least 24 hours long, and each drive must give the company their real drivers licences as collateral, we managed to talk them into letting us rent three scooters (one for each of us) for about 6 hours, with the collateral being Jack’s expired license and a copy of ...
... a bit special staying in such a glamorous hotel. Breakfast was included and we ate heaps each morning. Isabel's breakfast on day one consisted of: French toast, little pancakes, watermelon, pineapple, croissant, Danish pastry, chicken sausage, parsley potatoes, milkshake, grape juice, water. Then it was off to Wonderla. Wonderla is like Wet 'n Wild with the additional dry rides from Movie World all in one park. It ...
... eyebrows threaded and Ravi had his first spa experience by getting a traditional head massage with oil. He really enjoyed it and afterwards Kiran was upset that I hadn't taken him! Who knew? My family took the kids to Cottage Emporium to buy some souvenirs and Jim and I stayed back at the hotel to do some packing. We then took a 5 minute cab ride to see India Gate and the presidential palace. We took lots of photos and wandered around, not blending in at all while all ...
... the day and pops up to say he’ll drive me over to the ATM. I’m hesitant of course. Motorcycling on the back with a vendor I barely know. These are the choices you make when you travel and have to trust others…the choices you never “think” about taking when back at home and everything is a bit more constructed and scheduled and untrusting. I looked at his other vendor friends who were moving over to take his seat for his absence and they nodded, in ...
... scenes. Huge trees (some kind of tropical fig maybe?) spread their branches over the streets, and ruptured the asphalt with their roots. Little lanes and alleyways held coffee shops and boutique hotels, while the main roads buzzed with tuk tuks and motorbikes. The waterfront was adorned with giant fishing nets, and also an awful amount of rubbish. Swimming at Kochi was a definite no-no for me, but plenty of locals were jumping in.