Sealord Hotel Cochin
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I last left you guys as we departed from our beloved Bamboo Grove. At this point in the story, I would just like to mention that these final few days were spent in full vacation mode: We had finished all of our immediate projects, completed all of the official meetings and visitations, and were free to do as we pleased.
Our destination was Fort Kochi, which is a region in the much larger city of Kochi (the same one we had flown into upon our southern arrival). A former ...
Round it all up to 1400 rupees which very roughly translates to £14. This is a 'budget travel' daily bill and I did miss lunch today (add 300 rupees). It's not always been like that. Occasionally the hotel has been £50 (5000 rupees) but that has probably happened on five occasions to date. If you enjoy budget travel then allowing £20 (2000 rupees) per day will provide you with a very integrated and intimate India experience. However that is without ...
Haven't had time to write so I'll try to summarize our last few days. Day 3 evening was spent at my cousin Vandana's house for a lovely dinner. She had hired tandoor guys who brought their tandoors and prepared delicious morsels one after another. Paneer, mushroom, chicken, fish, lamb....and all were amazing. My fave was the paneer. Paneer in India is amazing: soft, beautiful and amazing melt in your mouth taste. Ravi had so much fun with my cousin's son Venki - they had a ...
... know what their problem is?" said the man, asking a rhetorical question. “Indians are lazy!” I thought of fighting back for the underdog…assuring the man that most Indians work very hard for their living and there are many I work with that are working 40 hr week jobs and the ones I see on the streets, though we may see them sitting down or leaning against something in their shop, ARE working, usually 7 days a week. They’re just waiting for a customer. ...
We arrived in alleppey and awaited our houseboat. In front of us we saw two enormous boats which looked like floating palaces. We wondered when our wreck would show up. It never did, it was one of those boats. Suffice it to say, this houseboat was by far the nicest thing we have slept in in recent memory. The boat burned through 90L of fuel, had a chef, a captain and an engine man, all our food and an air conditioned room. There ...