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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... tongue is not the only change. It is clear from the air that 900 miles south of Mumbai we are in a land of verdant jungle and a tropical climate. On the ground the rapidity with which our clothes stick to us makes clear that high temperatures and humidity will likely sap our touristic enthusiasms, and we are glad the major site visits have already been made.
New Cochin is pretty ugly, full of spread out and dull high rise apartments. The ...
... it or not, Taya actually fought me on taking this trip. What worries me now is that I’ll have to drag her back to the real world kicking and screaming. One year into the T n’ A World Tour Honeymoon, I would still highly recommend leaving careers and responsibilities by the wayside to travel the world with the love of your life. I would, however, have renamed our tour to the T n’ A World Tour Marriage Training Camp. ...
... place we'd been with a tourist attraction to 'sell', there were barely any: Jaisalmer had been full of camel safari agencies; you couldn't go anywhere in Varanasi without running into boatmen; in Khajuraho and Agra everybody wanted to be your guide; and even in Kochi there were travel agencies offering tours to every town in Kerala. Yet when we got up to the main boat jetty itself we had to actively tout the touts to try and find out what was going on. After a bit of hunting we found ...
... charge asked if we had the book that said 600, we replied yes, and he said "Okay 600, no problem".
What followed was an interesting experience for both of us. Sylvia received a gentle treatment and washing from a female therapist while Jason took a bit of a beating from a man. Both included more oil than our bodies had ever been exposed to before.
That night, Sylvia stayed up late and didn't sleep much. Jason woke up with ...
Our plane landed in Kochi airport on Wednesday morning and after 2 hours making our way through
immigration and waiting for our luggage, we got a pre-paid taxi to our homestay. This being my first time in India,
the taxi ride was a very scary experience. Any driving regulations that I am used to in the UK
do not exist here; Our taxi snaked in and out of other vehicles as I held onto the front seat for dear life
due to the absence of a seat belt. ...