Marickar Hotel & Suites-Nedumbassery
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... local police who informed us that they were modelled on the Great British Bobby who gives sweets to school children. Maybe they are harking back to a bygone era or an ideal that never really existed. We went to the Indian Coffee House for a great cuppa and some lovely food before realising that the town was filling with crowds of school children all looking pristine in their uniforms. It turned out that a televised release of 30,000 balloons was about to occur in ...
... for my liking. You immediately noticed the increased prices as you edged closer to the water .
The room battle is resolved for today at least on the basis Susie will pay for another room. I think that is letting Pam win but some ostracism for her *****iness is in order.
Went for a short meander at 1600. Tripped across the Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica, one of eight Roman Catholic cathedrals in India. Pope Paul IV made it a cathedral ...
... there in a week and didn't have a clue where I wanted to do or see.
The morning after it poured down so hard we didn't even want to leave the homestay. Eventually it eased up enough for us to go and have a wander down to the beach again and look around. We had a late breakfast/early lunch before boarding the 2 hour bus to Alleppey. Halfway through the gears stopped working so we boarded another bus and with no other hiccups we were soon arriving in ...
... lots of wildlife watching, with varying degrees of success. One of the best trips was a wonderfully atmospheric dawn birdwatching session in a high clearing in the jungle. Loud birdsong followed our path as birds of bright red, iridescent blue or yellow swooped from tree to tree as the sun rose. We also went for a walk (with an armed guard!!) through the forest in Periyar National Park where I got very excited because we saw fresh wild elephant poo ...
... the class at her desk and the children will bring work up to the desk to show her rather than her walk around and assist them. We first visited the two youngest classes and introduced ourselves, we played head shoulders knees and toes with them to get their attention and then got them to each say my name is and tell us their names followed by their favourite colour. Some of them were very shy and didn't speak very loud despite our encouragements ...