Riverside Heritage Homestay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... beer price seemed to have dropped by 40% between Cochin and here, a real bonus. The guy behind the iron bars informed me it was only 5 beers per person by law, would I like 8! Mind you it was done in two transactions. Maybe he just liked me or thought I looked like I needed them! That evening we strolled along the seafront towards the town and were befriended by a man, who spoke very good English and insisted we look at his very nice restaurant, which incidentally wasn't open but ...
... trade and antique shops with a mesmorizing colletion of old historical and artistic artifacts including a 34m wooden snake racing boat, a 10ft wooden chariot and a horse statue to match!
Kochi was another city in India with fantastic food. We met another couple in Munnar,who were also on their honeymoon, who had been to Kochi already and recommended two restaurants to try. The first was an italian which we tried on our first night it was delicious ...
... the course of the 10 days we ended up staying there Hannah was pretty much adopted by the family; hanging out with them as well as the in laws who were living in the house right behind Niya Nest. The food was great. Breakfast was included– Keralan breakfast of Idli, Appayam and curry, which even our little picky eater enjoyed. Afzal and Jezna went out of their way to accommodate us and meet our every request.
It was a cultural experience in many ways. ...
... auto back to the fishing nets - result! In celebration of working out exactly where I was I went to a nearby restaurant and was greeted by an attractive looking girl who I smiled at and enquired about possibly securing a beer. She told me that they didn't have a licence but I flashed my blue eyes and said 'special tea' maybe? There was then a bit of giggling and maybe a bit of flirting before I glanced down and thought ...
... flights at different times and Indian port authority! So people started arriving in the morning and the watchleaders showed them to their bunks and I started signing everyone on board. I had done this before and found it very hard work, checking their details, their bunks, which watch they were in, giving them name badges and collecting passports, this time I had a very helpful cadet Nicole to help and it seemed to go much smoother. Of course there were no passports ...