The Renai Cochin
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... is the first time I have ever received a call from Caleb. I thought it was 5AM in the morning but ended up say to just sleep Caleb and hung up. The commotion had awoken Christine and she asked me if Caleb was coming back. I was not sure - still being surprise at the call. Shortly after Michelle called to clarify that Caleb could not fall asleep and she delivered him back to our place. He did get to party - just not the sleepover part - this time ...
... spare rooms so a boat meant for 8 only had us 4. At 25 quid each it really was the bargain of the century!!
It was back to kochi with us after our trip and back to Immanuel. Kochi was insanely warm. We used to soak our tops in cold water, wear them and turn the fan on full blast. It helped but the only real reprieve was a cold shower.
It's off to Thekaddy which hosts a national park 925km square. We plan on doing quite a ...
... The main restaurant menu looked just as good and was not, surprisingly as eye wateringly expensive as we had thought, perhaps a good job we are leaving tomorrow so wont be tempted!! Sadly there is not enough time to sample all the delicious food Kochi has to offer.
Our next stop is Allepy or Alappuzha to give it its proper name. We are going to rent a houseboat where food is provided for you-hopefully we will be able to try some new things, and the food will be nice ...
... and a fermented coconut 'juice' to finish it off! Then some backyard cricket for al and az with the two sons - who might I just add had an amazing fast bowl on them and got our boys out first go! 18th jan And now to today... Up at 7am to a lovely Keralan breakki, waved good bye to our new friends and headed 20 mins down the highway to the drop off place for our beloved rickshaws ( aka Poadie and Felix). As we were 4 days late (which was planned) there ...
... Ashram some of you may wonder? In western terms one could say an Ashram is a monastery (no I have not gone crazy ;) ) However, it is not comparable to a western monastery filled with monks and nuns somewhere in the plains of Germany in a cute little church. This monastery is in the middle of the jungle on a hill overlooking a beautiful lake. The inhabitants wear yellow and white and their praying building is called satsang hall. It is an open hall with large arches, letting through ...