- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... that someone else could get in. Whilst chatting to the couple opposite us it also became apparent that the temperature in Kerala is constantly above 30°C all year round. I thought we had acclimatised already but this is a whole new ball game.
Later in the day we checked into our guesthouse. Lake and Paddy is flanked by a main thoroughfare of the backwaters to the front and a vast expanse of paddy fields to the rear. It looks like we have struck ...
... fee would be charged. Hell, who cares, just grab the money and run." That evening we met a couple who had driven up from the South to see us, Ian was a guy I had worked with in the UK some 25 years ago. He and his wife had come to India 6 years previous and bought a small hotel, we had been in contact by email and arranged the evening. It sure was interesting listening to their experiences from the other side of the equation, so as to ...
... or other and only ticket refunds were being processed.
Not having a ticket, nevermind a ticket to refund, we trudged away from the station, heading back to the Nanda Inn. With little chance to sort the train tickets tomorrow because of the cricket, we were staring down the barrel of another train ticket failure.
Not letting this dampen our spirits, we brushed ourselves off and decided on a boat trip out to ...
... We got on the train which was a little late at 8.50pm. The guy we were sharing our compartment with was already asleep in bed!! So we got our stuff organised quietly. Unfortunately the AC wasn’t working properly and the guy next to us alternated between coughing and snoring all night so we didn’t get much sleep. Him and his mate also got off the train at 5am so once they’d gone we managed to get a bit of sleep before the train workers took ...
... and sweltering in the Tuk Tuk wondering what on earth we had gotten ourselves into! It turned out he had gone into a florist shop to get us each a garland of jasmine with a marigold that he ceremoniously put around our necks to welcome us. A good start!
Off we went to St. Francis Church, originally built by the Portuguese Franciscan friars in 1503, and believed to be the oldest existing European church in India. It has an interesting ...