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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdams Wood House Kochi
We stayed herein February 2012 and wanted to write the reiew earlier but have been travelling since. This was a nice clean place with all necessary comforts (mosquito net etc) in a good location in Kochi. We enjoyed our stay here and Firoz was very informative and helpful, he arranged further stays in Munnar for us at a lovely homestay and backwater boat ride in Alleppey.
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... the terminal a guy wants to see a print out of your ticket. What a waste of a tree, I don't carry print outs. My phone wasn't sufficient. So he made me find my name on a passenger list (which was not in alphabetical order). Barely 50 paces later we had to repeat the process with another guy - the point being?! There was only one person infront of me to drop bags. The other people checking in had no concept of a queue, but I was in no mood to allow people to push infront ...
... to be met by Amber and the kids at the final stretch. After breakfast we caught the bus to Hatton where we would go our separate ways. The kids sit with the girls and Amber and I feel like we have the two best au pairs in the world. We are all sorry to say goodbye to our new friends and as we wave and watch them disappear into the crowd large hot tears slip down Kier’s face onto the dust of the bus stand.
Our final bus journey from Kandy to Negombo to ...
... that it had only been open for four months. We knew we had found a place for dinner one of the nights we were there. We continued on to Jew Town and took in the sights.
An early evening walk by the water unvelild some lovely beaches and it being a Sunday night there we many vendors selling fresh fish and food. There were big speakers set up and locals we taking turns signing. At the last beach are there were even ...
... with a big steel cage on the front where you order through the cage, pay the man and get delivered a vodka bottle wrapped in newspaper so nobody would ever suspect you! - genius!
We returned to Ernakulum because it was easy to get to the airport from here in the early hours. We decided this evenings entertainment would consist of Kathakali dancing. This is a dance that Hindu people use to tell a story and communicate with the Hindu gods. (or to make ...
... breakfast, additional meals were only 200rs per person (children don’t pay), and there was literally nothing else to spend money on.
One thing is for sure – you can’t miss the Backwaters if you go to Kerala; a day trip from Kochi is not quite the same as you don’t experience the tranquillity of being surrounded by nature and the simple pace of life governed by what happens to float past. (Or bobs up)