Citrus Retreats Alleppey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Unless you have one you will have to book through one of the agents (Cleartrip, MakeMyTrip etc.). We found Cleartrip to be the easiest and more reliable one.
4) Book your tickets.
While booking your tickets you will find different classes. These are the ones with air-conditioning:
- 1AC: the best one, itīs a private cabin with 2 to 4 beds inside depending on the train.
- 2AC: itīs an open cabin separated with curtains, ...
... self a rather snazzy pair of Jesus creepers the sort of thing that Mathew, Mark, Luke and John used to rock the swanky joints of Nazareth in back in the day. Emma brought a pair of funky little mid 90s era, slight platform sandals that sporty, baby, posh, scary and ginger used to wear back in their heyday. Thinking us to have absolutely no fashion sense or taste what so ever after this, The shop guy then tried unsuccessfully but ...
... goodbye! When his mouth finally opened, uttering the word "7UP?" PHEW! We weren't actually that thirsty to be honest but he was someone you really wouldn't want to think about refusing. So with an extremely keen shake of the head, we must have both come across like a couple of eager 5 year olds. Once there it’s the Rickshaw to the jettiest, where as advised, purchasing a ticket for one of the shorter tours, heading to Allepey. So all went as planned and I ...
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We got the train, which was only 45 minutes late, in AC chair class, and surprisingly pleasant. There were men walking up and down the carriages selling chai, coffee, tomato soup, biscuits, crisps, nuts and deep fried things. We got a rickshaw to the hotel.
they had no record of our booking and eyed our fully paid e-voucher from Agoda suspiciously. The voucher actually says in it to show a ...
Today we started with a walk around fort kochi and visited st Francis cathedral which was the to be built in india and the Jewish synagogue. Along the way we saw a snake tamer with snakes in a basket while he played his instrument. Also got to see kochi's version of a laundrette where the poor wash the clothes of the wealthy. Where is no middle class in india. You either have money or you don't. I have photos of the clothes washing on my camera ...