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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
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... pieces. The tips must be harvested every 10 to 15 days.
We visited a tea museum where we watched a good demonstration of the tea production from harvesting to packing. Of course we had to buy some strong black tea for Mike and some ginger and masala (that’s a spice mix) tea for me. Another point of interest was called Hill Station (over 5000ft high) on the border of Tamil Nadu, the neighbouring state. From there we had a fairly clear view of the mountains of ...
... completed. And it was a learning experience for me to see the many accessories to be worn on a bride at her wedding.
Each day we started with Mama's fresh made Paranthas (a type of pancake filled with either cauliflower or potatoes and served with salted homemade yogurt) and ended with a late dinner at Auntie's with many types of lentils, breads, yogurt, beans, spinach, and desserts. I didn't eat meat for 4 full days and didn't miss it one bit. I got a ...
The beauty of India is that unless you go on a 5* fully organised tour, there is little certainty of what to expect, and our move from Mumbai definitely supported this. We prepaid our taxi from Kochi airport to Fort Kochi and were greeted by a tiny 106 year old Indian man who used the white line lane markers as a centre line and not as a lane line. We spent an hour getting, ...
... very involved in the community. We then spent the night in a dormitory at an institute with a very long name where they did not have hot water. Yes, this two weeks revolved around hot water especially since India is getting chilly at this time of year. The next morning we explored the city, found some wifi, boarded a flight to Kolkata, slept in the airport, and then headed to Bangladesh early the next ...
... in the bunk above and below so when they wake up for night watches, getting out of their bunks they are not waking up someone else. In the evening some of us went to the local Taj hotel for a buffet dinner - 5+ courses, I could not eat them all, but I may have had to try a few of the (very small) puddings! Very expensive for Indian prices, but very cheap for UK prices! The group of us waddled back to the ship after all the ...