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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... paradise that unfolds. Philipkutty Farm is owned by a woman called Anu, whose grandfather in law – Mr Philip Kutty – helped create the island on which it sits in the 1950s, reclaiming the land using ancient techniques to create a rice field. Rice became such a low value cash crop that they changed their business to become a coconut plantation and expanded the farm to become a fully sustainable family business. He died in 1997 and left the farm to ...
... some boozing (for the first time in weeks to be fair) and it's perfect for lounging around and topping up the tan. However 2-3 days is enough and I'm definitely ready for something a bit more hardcore.
Next stop is Delhi via Kochi by plane where I'm sentenced to spend a day and half before jetting off to Vietnam on Wednesday, where all things being even the next post will most likely be from.
Kerala is thoroughly recommended, my favourite bit of India.
... Shyla's house they were up for breakfast (after being in church all night)- vegetable curry - Kerala style. Then time to say goodbye to our house. Onto coach for our drive to Kochi, we were staying in Fort Kochi, a beautiful part of the port. I initially did not remember much from my visit 9 years ago, but after we arrive we went to a small backpackers cafe: on sitting down I remembered it from when I was here with my friend Kath I. March 2004. ...
Here we end our story of the Zuri Kumarakom...so very sad to be leaving Heaven! (Notice the capital H on heaven) We took one more dip in the pool and then packed up for our 2 hour trek back to Kochi. We arrived in the hustle and bustle of Kochi, leaving our serene lifestyle in Kumarakom. Tomorrow we tour the sights and sounds of ...
... in the less touristy town of Kollam late afternoon, supposedly one of the oldest ports on the Arabian sea. We had a walk around, and went past the market, where they had at what seemed like dozens of varieties of bananas, from the tiny fat ones, to huge big green ones, and even the lesser-spotter red banana. We also stopped at a juice bar, and had splendiferous fresh grape juice. This started a trend of having various tasty and cheap juices every day.
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