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... bathroom and a bedroom upstairs. This was similar in many ways to our accommodation last year in Seminyak, Bali, except this is much newer, has better aircon and more importantly has effective mosquito control, so we are now happy.
This is very much an eco resort with the maximum of recycling and the generation of power from human and kitchen waste. The site is crossed by a number of canals and the water is ...
... I ordered at Killians Hotel was delicious and while there we managed to secure accommodation at Honolulu homestay. Arriving late afternoon we decided to have a quick nap, which ended up being longer than planned. We truly were shattered! After a well needed shower we popped downstairs to the family home to have henna done on our hands. Something we knew we wanted to get done. Unfortunately it really wasn't the best henna, and ended up being ...
... were buried (for 14 years) before his remains were shipped off to Lisbon. Undergoing renovations like so many other churches, it wasn't as appealing as the beauties in Old Goa - had a corrugated iron roof! Next down to the water's edge where we had a go pulling in those huge Chinese nets - total catch, 1 mullet, 1 catfish and 1 tiger fish ; all minuscule! A quick visit to the Cochin Doby to check out the washing ...
... here- it would be rude not to as part of the culture!
We took a stroll around the Fort Kochi small beach area for a beautiful orange sunset over the ocean, with lots of Indian families out flying kites. For dinner we sampled some of the traditional Keralan dishes of fresh tuna and prawn curries which were wonderful!
One afternoon we caught a ferry to Vypin Island and a local bus to Cherai beach. There ...
... a taxi driver asked us a different kind of question. He wondered if we wanted to join him as actors in a Tamil Nadu film having several scenes shot in Kumily. Before we knew it we'd agreed to join in the production of one such scene that afternoon. We were to play scientists as part of a panel on global warming. Not entirely sure on exactly the context of our roles as well as the few lines we uttered. The production staff told us the movie would be dubbed into nine languages! It ...