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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Mercy Kochi
Although the location is bit weird, the hotel is well managed and very nice rooms. Food is good and can enjoy a nice candlelit dinner on the rooftop overlooking the shipyard.
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... people-watch, and Eve the chance to admire the apparel of the Indian fairer sex.
Along the way we spotted a trail of people dressed in yellow, making a pilgrimage to the south of the state for the new Hindu leader. This started a conversation about the values of Quakers.
At around 2pm, the drive was over, and we arrived at our hotel, and within minutes familiar faces were appearing out of the hotel lift as we all caught up with friends from ...
... morning after breakfast checked out and back to kochi. On the way back stop over at kumarakom for photo session at boat house. Back to hotel in the evening. The following day we went for a day trip to chotanicara temple & gruayur temple. After darsan back to kochi. On the way back stop over at atirappali waterfall. Very nice place. Really cool. Later visit cerai beach at night and back ...
We have moved to the south of India to hang out at the beach for a few weeks. We are in the state of Kerala which is full of tall coconut trees and lush forests. There are many rivers. The people are very friendly and easy going. It is a bit hotter but at least we are near the ocean. The beaches are beautiful but different from Brazil. We plan to take a yoga therapy training course for a month which will be good for the mind,body, and spirit.
... at a liquor store. There have some concerns expressed in the group about baggage weight limits for the flight tomorrow and discussions about what to toss. There might be a few people flying commando tomorrow.
We made some sightseeing stops between shops. The Dutch Palace, built in 1555, had some lovely frescos showing scenes from the Ramayana, an ancient epic tale of India. The vegetable and mineral dyes used for paint ...
... standard class, teaching them a lesson on kindness. We then began reading with the children one by one, to give them assistance with pronunciation. This was far more difficult than I thought. All the kids are at very different levels, and in this case it becomes very obvious what parents encourage the reading of English books at home and which don't. The usual way of teaching kids to sound out the words in order to be able to attempt a new word doesn't work here either - the kids ...