The Zuri Kumarakom
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Travelling in Kerala in most villages you frequently see small single storey buildings with the same sign. From a distance all that appears to be inside are a few bottles and a basic bar. These are the "toddy shops". My brother, a previous visitor to Kerala, occasionally encourages me to do slightly daring things, and he said I must visit one of …
Day 1 : 17th March 2011 : Zuri Kumarakom
Starting our journey from beautiful Delhi T-3 terminal in morning, we reached Kochi by 4:00 pm and welcomed by people at the airport, who took us to the Zuri Kumarakom.
Free Time was given to us to relax after the long journey, but we were already very late so got ready for the welcome …
Satheesh stayed here on Dec 2, 2010 during their trip titled: INDIA.
... which was probably a good thing - drenched rats are not attractive!
We then paid a visit to Jew Town and their synagogue, and along with about 100 primary children, listened to the guide who explained that the 1001 hand painted floor tiles were from China while the miss mash of chandeliers hanging from the eaves were from Lisbon. Interesting, and I think my first visit into a Jewish place of worship. By this ...
... in and out of the canoe, which was pretty difficult. We also experienced a lot of giggles particularly when James had to be assisted by a six year when exiting the boat!
Arriving back in Fort Cochin we went to the tea room and had some tea and yummy cakes, as an early evening snack prior to dinner. Full of yummy tea and chocolate cake we went back to the hotel to get ready for our evening meal and some yummy Keralan seafood. We decided on a little ...
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Food Taste was not good or I should not upto the mark
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