The Renai Cochin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Hello, this is Sams friend Jo.
My Indian adventure started a whole eight weeks ago from my date of departure of 15th November 2014. I always said I'd join Sam on a leg of her travels since seeing her depart the UK in spring. I'd been following her adventures which has been wholely inspiring. So I bit the bullet, found out she'd planned to be in kerala around the time I had taken time off from work. So I booked the flight with Sri Lankan Airways. ...
... back and forth. We finally settle for a price and I open my wallet only to find not nearly enough Rupees to buy my precious elephants. I ask for the ATM and they point me in the direction, which would be maybe 6 blocks away or so. I’m calculating it in that I’d need the money anyways and maybe I’d come back in an hour or 2 and then, maybe not at all because of all the other shops or vendors I could get sucked into. He’s realizing he might lose a ...
... a traditional Keralan lunch in their house and taught us how to eat Indian style, we're still getting the hang of it as you're only allowed to use your right hand... gets a bit messy at times. We then did some fishing with some of the local village kids, a few nibbles but no fish. Two of the local boys then joined us for the rest of the tour, we had a lovely cup of tea in a hut in the village and the boys were well chuffed when we let them have a go with the ...
... informed what time it is unexpectedly. I mean it's not like the statue behind the counter is trying to pull off the biggest con of the year on me, is it? Never mind! I feel too tired to be angry. Something inside me is screaming to get out of here and go back to Kochi as soon as possible. I do just that. Using the time spent on the bus I try to think what other options do I have. In act of desperation I decide to visit one of the local tourist agencies. It's not the ...
... go. It was interesting identifying the meat - we worked out that some was goat or very long thin legged sheep in a country with very little sheep! The immigration officials came a board so we could hand our port passes back and eye ball us before handing back our passports ( I was very relieved) which were promptly given to the captain. Then nearly ready to leave ( on a trip that so nearly did not happen). Next job to detach the gangway and get it on the roof. I was helped ...