Marickar Hotel & Suites-Nedumbassery
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... sit through a whole evening of that...! We went to a local restaurant for our final dinner. I had a vegetable curry and rice, I had requested no onions. When the food arrived, the guy said I know you requested no onion, but I put a little onion in, is that ok? No. No it's not ok. I don't fancy being ill for my final night in India. So he re-did it and it arrived so so salty. So I didn't eat much. All the shops were still open when we headed back to the hotel, but none of ...
... evacuate the treacherous bowels. So it was in the tea stall as I drink tea with these lovely Swiss girls. The chai-wallah confirmed there were no toilet facilities available and I stood trying to listen to their tales of working with NGOs, writing dissertations, running half-marathons etc as the sweat on my brow ran cold and I slowly contract into the foetal position.
“I’m in some real discomfort here.” I finally confessed as I could no ...
... breakfast I was tasked with trying to hang the sign close to the road in hopes of the taxi driver or Michelle seeing it. As I was trying to do this and not 5 minutes after getting down there Michelle showed up and was startled to see her brother in law hanging around a building with a big cardboard sign.
Once everyone was settled we ventured out for a walk and strolled the main street which had a number of art and ...
... t and we didn't go!
So we thought that we would go kayaking instead and see the backwaters for ourselves only to find that the "only kayaking experience," in Allepey was never open. We made a couple of trips here and sent an email. We also discussed this with Nippi and Anthony to let them know that we really wanted to do this trip but only upon checkout, just before we were catching the bus back to Ernakulum did he tell us that he could sort it for ...
... we just sat there watching them work so hard in the baking sun.
After a few hours on the boat enjoying the scenery and looking at local life go on as normal - with women washing clothes in the river, children walking to school and men using the small boats on the river as their means of transport - we stopped and went by foot to a local beach where the fishermen were bringing their fish in from the sea to be auctioned. It was amazing to see ...