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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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... had not prepaid for this place. Also it was a long way from anything ,but still in the middle of the hustle bustle. So we went to Fort Kochi and had a look around for somewhere else to stay. We found a homestay facing a park, so it got a nice breeze. We ended up staying there for another 7 days. We walked down to the water front everyday, and caught the local,ferries all over the place. We went to Vypeen by ferry and then caught a local bus to Cherai ...
... us on the train, they call ahead and arrange help for the rest of the journey.
Whether the journey starts on the flight for some people, or when they get off the plane, I don't know . For us, we just had a hell of a morning, which was made far easier by the kindness of strangers.
Qatar flight to Doha was straightforward, about 7 hours, I managed to blag the two empty bulk head seats, which gave us far more space, I did have ...
... times daily depending on the seasonal tides. One of the boats saw us meandering around and invited us to join them in their fishing. We helped lift the nets and were escorted around the pulley contraption in between drops and pull-ups to be shown various parts of the fishing style. After an hour of chatting and helping out, we had got to know the head fisherman who was 5th generation Kochin fisher. He then shared with us some of the most delicious fish curry I have ...
... the bus departed from. After a brief discussion with a local it transpired we were in the wrong place (it pays to get to places early) and we walked the half mile to an obscure bus stop situated on the main road, wishing we had just taken a Tuk Tuk as we were sweating buckets and exhausted. 40 mins later we were on board the 12 hr (£12.50 each), Volvo a/c bus with fully reclining seats and blaring on board Bollywood movie entertainment.
We stopped about 2am for a loo break in ...
... Dreamcatcher. They had thought we were not coming as we arrived a bit late so had given our room to someone else, so apparently we have the parents' room in this home stay as it is full. I doubted it when I saw it as it is very much like a slightly scruffy but adequate hotel room. They have changed the sheets though. They have half an hour of power shedding here every night but people have generators, and they directed us to a local ...