Harbour View Residency
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... We were chatting so much on the way back, we missed our stop and then were worried about how we would find our rickshaw driver. But luckily, he saw us driving past and chased us down to the next stop. We got back to funky art hostel and had to immediately start our cooking lesson. Myself and Annie ventured out to buy the ingredients, with no list and no idea. We got loads of vegetables and stuff for chapatis, and then ventured back. The lady was half happy with our ...
... was once a Dutch Palace and then the residence for the local British ruler. It was taken over by the local government and made into a hotel. The rule in India is not to set your expectations too high but when you enter a majestic building such as this it is hard not too. Sadly the room is in need of cleaning and maintenance. The A/C works but there is no hot water. When asked to fix this someone arrived to run the hot tap to no effect and then left, later someone rang the door to ...
... morning after breakfast checked out and back to kochi. On the way back stop over at kumarakom for photo session at boat house. Back to hotel in the evening. The following day we went for a day trip to chotanicara temple & gruayur temple. After darsan back to kochi. On the way back stop over at atirappali waterfall. Very nice place. Really cool. Later visit cerai beach at night and back ...
... on some roads! We had some pretty relaxed days here, generally milling round the town, visiting the Palace in Jew Town, a couple of churches, the rather small Indo-Portuguese museum and the odd ferry trip round the bay.
The backpackers home stay we were at was certainly interesting... we managed to stay in three different rooms in four nights, due to double booking and dodgy plumbing, but I guess that's just how India ...
... 5 different dishes. The level of detail that goes into the spices in Indian food is ridiculous-spices have to be added in a correct order and of course quantity. Dave just stuck to the stirring which is his role back home. We kept the recipes and look forward to having a good when we return home. Our final day in India was spent island hoping using the local ferries before watching the locals operating the Chinese fishing nets. A pod of dolphins also appeared which was the icing on the ...