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TravelPod Member ReviewsBrunton Boatyard Kochi
This is the best hotel we have stayed at on this trip. Fantastic location on the waterfront next to the Chinese fishing nets and Fort Cochin. Impeccable service. Excellent food. A great way to end the main portion of our tour!
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A good portion of our day is spent on the water, which is a perfect place to be in Kerala. So much to see! And in such dazzling colors!
Enjoy the photos, which really tell the whole story better than reading about it.
... also not
uncommon to see entire families on motor bikes: mom, dad, brother and sister,
pretty economical really. It was chicken
biryani for dinner at another local spot. We are loving the food. I am starting
to notice that I seem to always be the only female in these restaurant! Need to
find out why that is. We must have walked atleast 15km today! Tomorrow we are heading to Allepey, an hour further
south, to take an overnight backwaters house boat cruise.
... for example Wayanard Sanctuary where the wild elephants can be found would cost approximately £7 - £8 (700 - 800 rupees) for a guided tour; Mysore Palace £2 (200 rupees); and Kovalam beach had slightly higher costs of approximately £20 (2000 rupees) per day all in; a guided rickshaw tour in Munnar was a £10 (1000 rupees) for three people for half a day. The loss of a telephone and mashed passport is not a compulsory cost and can be avoided if you don't behave like a ...
... being lady-like? sweet, well-natured and never demanding?). Whatever it is...I've never quite mastered the art of bargaining. I ask with a mildly bewildered voice that always has a question mark at the end: "How about 60 rupees? Is that ok??"
Even more than Latin America, India is a ground zero for the bargaining technique. When I came here I had a couple books I'd bought on Indian culture and a couple books my thoughtful roommate Ilana had gotten for me off ...
... Vibrant and colourful beyond what I imagined. The Keralite's the kindest and most welcoming of any people I have ever met. Well that is my experience of Kerala. I look forward to experiencing the rest of India on my next trip. In true British style, it's been amazing and I have LOVED every minute...but it will be nice to go home. I have missed everyone so much and can't wait to share my 2000 photos!!! Bet you all can't wait either.... I have learnt so much about ...