Lakshmi Hotel & Resorts
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... in their long, flat boats, to work. Some were collecting clay, others, I think, were fishing. Back at the resort, I had Mehendi (Henna) done. The lady who did it, designed it freehand, and I found out that she was really good (from others, later on). Kathryn, Dad and Mark all had their palms read. We have written down what was said, so we will see how it pans out.
When I arrived at Ernakulam Junction I was definitely relieved to be on solid ground, but it felt lost looking at all the signs and trying to navigate my way to Allepey/ Alappuzha by bus. Here everything was in Malayalam, and I only had a Hindi and Tamil phrasebook! It was hard trying to find out which bus went to Allepey especially as none of the first 6 people I asked had a ...
... traditional martial artistry in another hidden corner.
-Exhausted after another long walk back, I tried to find either a place to top up my mobile phone for my next adventure or an international phone calling booth. At which point I was introduced to my first encounter with the Indian hand of the law. After being so tired I lost my cool and became quickly stressed when all I had done was to ask whether there was a public phone calling booth in the vicinity and to be ...
... Isl to Cherai cost? ask at your hotel. Gita and I were doing our best not to burst out laughing because it seemed that no information could be procured from the tourism office. But we were very thankful for the ferry schedule and the kindness, and set off back to the Casino to call Cherai directly. Gita called, and got more conflicting information, including a price quote that exceeded what we paid to get here from the airport, even though the distance ...
... hospitality at Rose Garden, we decided that we needed a good night sleep, so left and found another place (double the price, but with mosquito nets).
In retrospective, the ideal thing to do at Fort Kochi is: find a good Homestay, hire a bicycle for the entire duration, do the main sights on the first day, then start exploring the neighbourhoods, which will give a much better local and "real" experience.