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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were selling street food and little trinkets like sunglasses and postcards. We wished we could eat the street food it looked so good but there are sanitation issues with the street food. When we came back to the hotel jim and I enjoyed some tea and biscuits before the rest of the group descended upon us. Then I left with my sister and Vandana to go to south ex and Amit took my dad and Jim to have a sanitized version of street food. I went tomHeritage with Vandana and ...
... of hour hike around the landscape accompanied by a sweet old man who guided us and gave us tuition as to the various plants, spices and herbs which grew in abundance all around. We saw so so many spices and plants growing naturally, coffee beans, and abundance of cardamom in various varieties of sweet and fragrant pods, vanilla, cinnamon, tuneric, pepper and beautiful big tropical flowers which decorated the forest like fairy lights. We were also lucky enough to see ...
... excellent, even if I didn't get a stocking (no chimney in my hotel room you see).
Asher's lowlight: The state of Kochi's beach/waterfront area. It looked and smelled like a landfill.
Ben's highlight: Walking through the door in our hotel at Goa after some long flights and taxis to be greeted by 4 friendly faces and a Kingfisher Strong (my new favourite beer).
Ben's lowlight: At the time, definitely the train.
... areas in Mumbai. The roads a lined with market stalls, selling everything, we even spotted some clothes made for Tesco's!!! This was nice to have a wonder down in the evenings and spend some time bartering. In Mumbai, the taxi's are all painted black with yellow roofs and about half of them are small, retro looking cars called Premier Padminis. They are very cute! I have attached a picture! Unfortunately, in Mubai, there are quite a lot of people loving on the streets with ...
... they all waited for the boat with Ganesha to arrive. Drumming climaxed when the ( the Elephant god) people on the boat pushed the statue into the water. I found it rather odd to drown one of the goods for a festive occasion, but hey it's India:) Finally got my cooking courses lined up. One word: scrumptious! Missing my kitchen but not looking back cause there is so much still in front. Had to leave my new friends but it was an awesome time. Thanks guys! Next stop Nepal. I am in ...