The Zuri Kumarakom
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today we traveled to Kumarakom. We stayed in a house boat that was made out of wood and bamboo leaves. The best part was that the whole boat was for us! We had our own cook too. He made delicious south Indian Kerala style food. I also got ...
... bridge in India. It is obvious that Kerala has to develop economically, but I just wish they had some sense of how to make oit a bit more discreet. I can't help but think that it will severely affect the tourism in Cochin, unless they take some drastic moves, and so many Keralans rely on tourism for their income.
The water front is dirtier that I have seen it, over these past five years. Rubbish is strewn everywhere. On previous visits, you would regularly see women ...
... big old church and then an even bigger church with big gaudy blue Jesus statues everywhere and glittery tinsel but that one was closed so we took a picture out the front so we looked like we'd seen it. tick! Then off to Jew town, yes that's right it's called Jew town. The tuk tuk there was more expensive than we thought (typical Jews ha!ha!) and we went for a wander around changing some money and politely saying no thank you to the myriad of treasures offered to us, like come ...
... felt like a cutesy arty village with a lovely chilled out atmosphere. We stayed at a place called Oys cafe which has just three rooms but a great location and with a bit of bargaining we got a good price. And we bumped into Chloe and Hannah again who we’d met on the way to Varkala! They told us about Oys and again their knowledge proved really helpful. Unfortunately they were leaving that night but we got change for a bit of a catch-up. It was great to ...
... help. The lines seemed miles long in some places, and I would have not enjoyed trying to decide which line to get in. Instead, we were whisked through check-in and to security. How truly luxurious.
And then to Delhi, with the Himalaya's rising up out of the clouds en route. Many beautiful sights that a camera can't possibly capture fully. We had several hours in Delhi. Enough time to initially marvel at all the modern conveniences: electricity, wi-fi, telephones. ...