Ambady's Palmgrove Club
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... in us that he gets points for stopping at various stores which he can trade in for clothes for his kids. Glad we could pay him to drive us around so that he could benefit even further. #sarcasm. Oh and BTW, I purchased a gorgeous silk/cashmere scarf and Dan got linen pants and a shirt at a fraction of what we would have paid in the states.
Our first stop was Fort Cochin Beach. It was depressing beyond belief - ...
Owing to a festival in town, the main road to the hotel was closed, meaning we had to take a diversion through the back streets.
The severity and frequency of the potholes were an unwelcome test for the cocktail of stomach pills I'd taken over the past 36 hours.
I could only buy a standing ticket for the six and a half hour journey to Alleppey, and so to compensate for a sore back and heavy wallet I thought I would get a massage once I ...
Munaar is utterly beautiful. The day we went was all damp and misty with bursts of sunshine pushing though like spotlights on the plantations below, then rain, then sun, then more rain. The hills reminded me of the mountains in the south of France, but alas, that's were the comparison ends because there we no idyllic beaux villages, unfortunately it was far too dirty for that. You stop to take ...
... separate, even wearing European clothing. Most of the Indian Jews have emmigrated leaving only 6 or 7 left in Cochin and about 5,000 in all of India. On the high holidays the local group tries to recruit tourists in order to have a minion for services.
Since Cochin is right on the Arabian Sea, fishing is a popular activity. Across the road from our hotel are a number of Chinese fishing nets. These large wooden structures ...
... we have had the opportunity to see all sides of India, the craziness and authenticity of the north, the spirituality of the Ganges, the utter filth of Agra, the coconut palms, backwaters and pricey tourist boutiques of Cochin and finally now the way local life and education system fits into this all. Yesterday Court and I walked around in the area near our home stay and I bought a new shirt at a local clothing street shop, and their faces lit up a little when I said thank you ...