Club Mahindra Ashtamudi
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and uncomfortable. Into tuk tuks to the hotel, it was only 5 minutes away, through the crazy streets. We nearly crashed several times - the driving is crazy, minimal regard for which side of the road you should be on and overtaking on. We had dinner at 7.30. Yes, all I do is eat. But I couldn't eat anything at dinner tonight, it was all just onion. Onion pakora, onion salad, onion rice and chicken curry. Great.... So I had some raw carrots, raw peppers and raw cabbage and went to ...
... saw Joseph's fathers fishing boat. He and his brother fish with the father in the season but now they have three months off, so Francis is trying to build up his tuk tuk business.
Francis took us to a lighthouse and we climbed to the top for a great view of Kollam. We visited a site where a fort just is being restored and the men carry these huge bricks on their shoulders.
Then we went to his house for chai and met his wife ...
We left early in the morning and caught a train to Alleppey, from there we got tuk tuks to the dock and got a boat for an hour and a half through the backwaters to our homestay. We are staying in local houses with local families so some of us are in separate houses but all in the same village. It is so quiet and relaxing there, the pace of life is very slow and chilled. My house is on the river and has a hammock so you can ...
... and which was not very appealing, so the oil treatments were given a miss.
We're back on the train to Kochi - all afternoon, from 1:30 until 6pm. We arrived at Kochi - to a terminus that we hadn't expected or heard of before - and then had a very dangerous, exhilerating, bone-shuddering tuk tuk drive to Fort Kochi peninsular, and the Fort Abode Hotel. Despite being a pre-pay taxi from the railway station, the tuk tuk driver still ...
... meant and we were trying to use as many facial expressions as possible to demonstrate animals, this was especially funny when we were trying to be crabs " No, Naomi, you need more in the eyes"! The best comment I have heard from an Indian yet was talking about one of the guys from another bar and trying to decide whether he was black or not, he said, "I'm not sure if he is black, I have only seen him at night time!" They were trying to guess our ages and ...