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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... tip for tourists who intend staying in a certain area for a few days, it is to use a cab, tuk tuk or whatever from the vicinity as soon as possible. I think it gives a bond with that driver and you immediately establish the amount of fare you are willing to pay. You will be surprised how easy it becomes to do business so to speak and often the driver becomes a trustworthy friend for your stay. All drivers will harass you for a fare anyway, so in my opinion ...
... the Portuguese to the Raj in 1555. Mattancherry is also home to the Pardesi Synagouge which again represents the diverse history as it was destroyed by the Portuguese in the 16th Century, rebuild by the Dutch, has tiling from China and chandeliers from Belgium.
Travelling with kids makes you do things that you wouldn’t normally do. At least we are finding ourselves doing activities, seeing attractions and going to restaurants we ...
... pond obviously contained fish and I was staggered by the amount of kingfishers that were swooping down and feeding. I've never seen so many. On investigating the pond later I saw an elderly man being 'cleaned' by these little fish and also a rather large terrapin bobbing around. Anyway, having seen a similar thing at a mall in London, and this clearly being free - I popped my tootsies in. What a strange feeling ...
Sunday 22nd September
We queued up at the reservations office at the huge train station in Trivandrum on Saturday evening to reserve two seats on tomorrow's train to Kochi - a journey which should take 5hrs.
We were told by our hotel that there were loads of trains to Kochi and left every hour......
Once we managed to navigate the queues of people we were told that all the tickets were gone and that we need to order them at least a month in advance! ****!!!!!
... of families there, including women going into the sea in their saris.
We also managed a couple of early starts (6.30am) for Hatha yoga classes which were quite intense and we covered all of the 12 basic poses, including Lucy doing a headstand! We also had quite a lot of chill out time reading in the hammocks on the rooftop cafe surrounded by trees and birds.