The Zuri Kumarakom
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... watch the wildlife and take advantage of the early hour to write up some of our adventures. After a while Randeep appears to tell me I can hop ashore so I venture into the field by the boat and snap away at the orange sun making its ascent. It's not quite as stunning as hoped but still a moment to remember. Coman arises just before 8am, in time for breakfast. We eat as we cruise back towards Alleppy, arriving at 9am to a waiting Tensing. We have just a short ...
... rub scented, herbal oils into our skin while we lay on hard wooden tables While I have little faith in treatments that lack a modern scientific basis, the experience is very soothing, yet invigorating.
Dinner - masala dosa and paneer masala at Kushi Cafe - is forgettable but it's local to the Kerala Kathakali Centre where we head next for a wonderful sitar and tabla recital. 15 minutes ...
... view. We were also right next to a bird sanctuary that was lovely, if a little sweaty (it’s ridiculously humid here) to walk around – even though we never actually saw that many birds.
We spent 3 glorious days lounging by the lakeside reading, watching the boats, tackling crosswords and walking along the canals. We also took a boat tour of the narrow backwaters to get a glimpse of what life is like ...
... the jungle, 400km by taxi in one day, 2 hours in a tuk tuk with a base bin, GOKARNA!!!, being hungover, eating food, kayaking, extreme kayaking, winning rock paper scissors... losing rock paper scissors, waking up at 6am to see Elephants.. returning to bed an hour later and not seeing elephants, the Fort at Mangalore, losing milly and Mal in Mangalore, KFC, kingfishers, curry, pizza, ...
... in India.
In Kochin there are warehouses that are some of the oldest buildings, places where countless tons of whole and powdered plant products have been bagged and tagged for shipment all over India and across the globe. The smell of sun drying ginger roots, fresh pressed flower oils, cloves, bark of the cinnamon tree, sweet limes and especially the vaporous cardamom will stay in the mind for all time. The visions of swaying palm trees dangling with dates and ...