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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 ...
... of keeping these old buildings alive - corrugated iron roofing and plastic guttering. Today I tried to take some photos of the dogs. Everywhere I've been in India has had a backdrop of street dogs. I'm a big fan of dogs and love my two kelpies to bits, so I do find myself talking to all the dogs I walk past. One dog spoke back to me today, smiling at me despite the terrible skin disease and hair loss, and ...
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 ...
... It's amazing how many people, motorbikes, cars and anything else there is space for gets crammed onto a small ferry! You have to watch your back to make sure you don't get run down as you get off. Near where the ferry lands there is an old colonial building which is called Bruntons Boat Yard, there are no boats there, but you can get an ice cold beer and sit to watch the sunset, which is exactly what we did. There was plenty ...
... Visiting a primary school in Pushkar
The giant bats, eagles, ghekos and other wildlife
Trying foods like Masala Dosas, Uttapams and other Indian snacks
The first 24 hours and our first hostel/garbage dump
Being a bit ill in Kochi
Being sweaty and hot all the time! (and not sleeping well)
Missing family and friends (aaahhhhh) – I did miss you, for at least for a whole ...