Ramada Plaza Palm Grove
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... br style="font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">We were pretty much next door to the infamous Taj Hotel which was victim to the terrorist attack in 2008. The only thing we saw was The Gateway of India which literally is just a big gate. The rest of the city that we saw was just another Indian city.
... bought pencils, balls and sweets for the children. Walking around I found the slums were clean and didn't smell at all, in fact more bearable than how some people living on the streets on India have. The children were excited at the gifts and it was nice to bring some happiness, however my joy was short-lived as I found I had food poisoning and it wasn't long before I was vomiting uncontrollably. I was taken back to the taxi and given coconut water, not that ...
... from the church compound during the exploration done here in 1935. They are now fixend on a half wall in front of the church. Church and seminary were built by the Portuguese. Here the priests of Malabar were trained in Roman Catholic ceremonies and language to be used in the many churches founded by the Portuguese.The Kottapuram Fort in Varakullam is the last monument on our tour. In the Dutch archives this is the Fort Cranganore on the Canoli river. ...
Had a family lunch at an aunt's place. Really delicious indian food that I thoroughly enjoyed and overate. Meghna and I watched a Bollywood flick in the afternoon which we could have skipped...anyway it was some good downtime.
At night we had a big family dinner witj my 4 uncles and their families so we were 21 in total. Celebrated a few birthdays ...
... had bamboo frames and constructed with tarpaulin, rice bags, plastic and whatever other materials their families found. They were so proud to show me where they lived! The next joy club is at Pattarwadi which is a slum/fishing village, around 40 children attend here. They live in houses that consist of one tiny room. The first afternoon joy club is at Ambeelkor Nagar and up to 70 children attended this one. It is held in front of a Hindu shrine in another slum area, ...