- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... masala, dhal, coconut rice, dry veg curry and also knocked together some chappatis. I'll be inflicting my newly learnt recipes on you when I return... Alas, unfortunately I also was sick for the last couple of days in Kochi. Aches, vomit and *****. This laid me low and delayed me moving on for a day or so. That wouldn't have been so bad except my room I was staying in didn't have a window so kind of felt like I was doing a bit of time for her ...
... the cook, guide and fixer, and Titus the engineer and general dogsbody stood in a line to greet us. They lugged our luggage on board and showed us to our lovely cabin. The engine started up and we were off. We spent the rest of the day gently motoring in a big circle, perhaps 20 miles, and moored up for the night not very far from where we had started. Our circuit was obviously not on the main drag, as we saw just one or two other houseboats, not the hundreds we had been led ...
... women in beautiful saris, little girls in frilly dresses etc. We felt terribly underdressed as only Hannah Sofia was wearing a nice-ish dress. (Added to that I had managed to leave Alia’s sandals at home, so she was bare footed until we bought her some new flip flops - which she refused to wear as she could run around the posh shops faster without them!)
Of other cultural experiences we attempted to see the amazing art of Kathakali, which is a ...
... it?) 45 children was great, she is only 22 years old and has brilliant control over the children without being to strict. The kids in this class are great though minus one or two little rascals. They were completing quite hard maths equations e.g 9848 divided by 8. The way they were working the answers out is different to what I remember doing at home but interesting to see different styles of learning. After sitting and eating lunch with the ...
... ferrari driver' took us the short drive to Kochi Fort where we are staying for the next three nights. The language of football has served us well on our travels so far - and by the time we got to where we were staying we went through the entire England squad. Many indians assume that because we are from London that we support Man Utd - this is a constant source of annoyance to Steve!
We pulled up outside a beautiful green double fronted house hidden behind iron gates - surely ...