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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 …
... however the fish from the water provide thee food for the locals, and the unfortunate tourists who dine on the local dishes here! Crazy! We cant seem to get our heads around it – one on side you can see huge Chinese fishing nets, which take 8-10 men to operate and who drop their nets from a vast structure made of wood which pokes out even higher than the palm tree’s themselves, these huge ancient nets are weighted by a pulley system using boulders and rope ...
... unbelievably hot work. A two hour drive, an experience in itself, brought us to Allepey where we boarded a beautiful houseboat for a two hour very leisurely cruise on the backwaters of Alappuzha including a delicious hot cooked vegetarian Indian lunch. We had a quick stop to buy (very cheap) saris for our Bollywood Party tomorrow. We had a quick lesson on how to wrap 5 meters of fabric ...
... expected but, I'm told, as we get further north on our travels, both the temperature and the people become cooler. We'll see.
Fort Kochi is a bustling town that was on Vasco Da Gamas' itinerary back in 1590 or so. He came here looking for trade in spices, tea and with an idea that he could just take the land for the king of Portugal. Well Vasco's gone, the Indians are still the landowners and the spices are still a large part of Kochi. ...
... the correct pile of rickety metal on wheels. Everything about the bus is different from the #1, but it is used for the same purpose, commuting. These busses also travel much further distances than the MBTA, but allow rural villagers, or city dwellers to access other major cities. No windows, which was a blessing considering that there wasn't any air conditioning too. I mentioned the horn. From the moment we departed until we reached the station in Kochi, our driver had has hand ...