- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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28th nov. We woke in our palatial suit, it was the cheapest room actually, and all I could think about was the hotel breakfast, quell surprise! Well, it was included and apart from the fact that I could watch footy on the box last night, breakfast is one of my favourite things about hotels. It's not just the spread, it's the fact that you are obliged to try everything and eat as much as you possibly can. The ideal tactic is to set your alarm early, get down there as soon as it opens ...
... jetty on Vypeen, where we got the ferry back to Willingdon Island. The resort staff were very concerned about our departure, and even gave us our money back, something we did not expect. We should mention that at every turn, the staff were very kind and tried very hard to help us fix any problems we were having. The biggest problems, however, could not be fixed: the beach was not accessible, that there was no internet access, and there were no ...
... and met our guide, Anil Kumar, a very nice young man (and knowledgeable, too, but then, remember, I can't really comment on that because I'm not here to learn.)
From there, we got onto a cute little boat with a woven cover with one boatman in the front and one in the back, who we seldom saw. The little boat we were on carried only the two boatmen, an older Indian Gujarati couple, our guide, and the two of us gals. We could have been ...
... at Cochi International Airport only an hour late after a full day of travel. The airport was the most orderly I have seen yet, and we managed to disembark, claim our bags and arrange transport in only a half hour. Then the adventure began. Apparently there was a major accident on the main road from the airport and all traffic was blocked. We sat in traffic for hours. What might have been a 45 minute drive from airport to hotel took over three hours. Huge lorries and ...
... flustered, and its accepted practice that if you are fortunate enough to have a seat, you will look after the bags of those standing: the slalom-style driving means they need both hands to hold on! It actually felt quite nice yesterday when the lady standing ahead of me plopped her bag on my lap with a head wobble and a smile, sort of like being accepted among the locals! The bus is also segregated, men at the back, women at the front, something we hadn't realised when ...