Green Palace Kerala Resort
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... he wouldn't budge and as you'll see i'm glad he didn't.
We stopped for lunch. Our chef made a delicious meal of local dishes with an unspicy twist - fresh fish from the river, and a green bean dish (ladyfingers?) , Curry and Kerala Rice (unpolished rice). It was really hard to understand anything the chef said.
Stopped at the "fish market" (2 dirty buckets filled with shrimp and a "newstand") where ...
... so suddenly that the car behind drove into us and we were shunted into the truck in front. It was all quite slow but at no point did he express concern for our health; in fact Roz's neck and shoulder gave her some grief for a few days. There was a little damage to his car and eventually a figure of £20.00 was settled on. It gave the locals twenty minutes of entertainment anyway! Eventually we found Vendanta Wake Up back packers hotel where we are ...
... 8217;s house for
our first stopping off point. It wasn’t the most picturesque place to stop as
we were in a very lacklustre canal system at this point and the fields around
us were bare and brown and only a few palm tree’s and birds decorated the view
around. We did wonder why we had moored up there, when there were so many lush
and gorgeous spots to moor up at, but later on I found out that the villagers
house sold coconut toddy (local hooch) and I ...
Eric and Sebastian left us in the morning. They had to have their motorbikes back at Kochi by the end of today. So they exited with a dwindling roar. We settled in to wait out the elections. Without much open we made some coffee at the beach house. Then lunch at the Indian Coffee House. Then into town for dinner. The day dragged on in a haze of conversation and heat.
By now it was pretty clear that Rob was grating on the nerves of JJ and ...
Finally! All through our last trek in Nepal, as we sat and shivered in our room at night, we fantasized about swimming in a warm ocean. And here we are! We discovered that arriving at absolute peak season here ( dec 28th) was not the wisest time to be looking for a room. Prices were high and choices few, but we were lucky to find a clean, bright ...