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TravelPod Member ReviewsDream Hotel Kochi
Dream Hotel was very cosmopolitan. Mood lighting in the rooms was interesting. Maybe it was there for better dreams!
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DAY 24 - Wednesday, November 12, 2014: Agra–Delhi by Road and Delhi–Cochin by Air (B,L,D)
Morning drive to Delhi airport to board the IndiGo flight 6E 515 for Cochin. Lunch on your own at airport Arrive Cochin, meet assistance and transfer to the hotel. Dinner at hotel. Two nights Dream Hotel. Overnight at Hotel …
... Shopping was awful. There was a WHSmith, full stop. I managed to spend my last £7 on overpriced biscuits. They were calling everyone to sit in a penned-off area by the gate. The guy asked to see a boarding pass and a bag tag (?!), I went to sit down and was rudely shouted at. I had to show my boarding pass to the person stood next to him too!!!! We boarded around 7am, yet again, someone to look at the boarding pass. And 20 paces later, the next person who wanted to see ...
... breaks further protocol by inviting the kids up to the cockpit as we disembark.
Our taxi driver at the airport decides that the ferry and tuk tuk option would be faster into town so he drives us down to a wharf and we bundle onto a gender segregated ferry for an evening trip across the waterways to Fort Cochin and then on to our guesthouse in a three wheeler.
The first people we meet here turn out to be the best. Jill and Tommy from Seattle ...
... and a few instruments. The make up made the movement of the eyes and mouth very prominent and made for some good visuals. Grandpa and Caleb made in through Act 1 before they bolted. Probably a bit long for vacationers but something to experience none the less.
We all hopped in Tuk Tuks and made our way to Spice Harbour for dinner. It was not busy so they probably appreciated the walk in business. We learned about ...
... think of the late night/ early morning channel 4 sign language, slowed down and to the noise of drums and incessant clanging of symbols. This show cost 300RS (3 pounds sterling) and was utterly hilarious (probably for the wrong reasons.) It was literally like a 4 year old's nativity play made up 30 minutes before showtime. Getting the giggles in this place wasn't welcomed and Shelly refused to look at me for the fear of crying tears of stiffled laughter.