The Zuri Kumarakom
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... featured on Rick Stein’s recent series on India, where Anu taught Rick how to cook her famous Prawn Molee. Anu greets us as we disembark the boat and brings us into the main house, where her dachshund, named Peanut, gives us an excitable welcome. While we sip on a wonderful homemade ginger and lime drink our bags are taken to our cottage, Chempakam, which was apparently the first of the cottages. It’s absolutely delightful, a huge room with ...
... aunty Estha) and just goes to show how much organised religion shapes and forms a community and way of life for individuals.
After the twisty bendy ride we checked into a very snazzy, but reasonably priced place (Kaivalyam Retreat) which offered the promise of a farm stay retreat with Yoga and guided walks through the spice gardens, pure veg organic food and a calm quiet atmosphere to relax and unwind in. After our experience at a retreat in Rishikesh so far, we ...
Starting with early swim and then breakfast. The sun was shining so walked to Jewish old town to the antique place that the hotel owner also owns. Peter has a small collection of antiques and I wanted to buy him something for his birthday which I just found out is today!! So I found an old looking bell! I have no idea how old but thought he could hang it next to the old oil lamp ...
Fort Cochin was one of the main hubs of the Portuguese spice trade route. It's a very small, mellow town with the feel of a fishing village. Lots of warehouses and colonial architecture. Everything is within walking distance. As I was tired of sightseeing, I stayed put for a week here. And loved every second of it. It is really nice getting to know a place for more than a day or two. and also, for a place to get to know ...
So this afternoon, myself, Chibu and Lindley (another girl in my tour group) went off to the beach. We had to take a ferry to Vypin Island and then it was ~25km to the beach. The drive was stunning. We drove on roads that were surrounded on each side with water and these palm tree filled islands. We found a deserted part of the beach and thoroughly enjoyed the very warm Arabian Sea. And I am not kidding when I ...