Abad Airport Hotel
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... longer than the actual ride because you’re an out-of-towner. Calcutta is similar to Bangalore, a moderate to high amount of auto rickshaw subterfuge, and Bombay is the best: Absolutely no undercutting and walk-aways. They have the meter and always use the meter, and you never have to question their route. Indians say it’s because Bombay is just like that. People follow the law, the cops are better than in other cities and people don’t try to extract ...
Boys suppose to be leaving today but they didn't as they are lazy and hungover lol but great for us. Had a massive power cut last night which kinda killed the buzz. Ended up spooning Andy which was cute Went and saw the turtles with the crew at lunch it was ...
... We walked about one third of the way towards Fort Cochin and decided to take a rickshaw the rest of the way, knowing the local price would be roughly 40-50 rupees. When we asked how much, the driver said by meter, which is usually how the locals ride so we agreed. When we arrived at our destination, the meter read 48 rupees, exactly the right price range so we got out and handed the driver a 50. He then proceeded to tell us that we must pay up and down meter price, implying ...
... humiliating voyage crew! So I asked the BMs Max and David to make me a washing line in the lower mess, where the voyage crew normally eat their meals. Then hung up all the left over laundry for all to see. It is strange how so many of the pants etc suddenly get claimed. There is still quite a large quantity of unclaimed clothes - but lots less and I feel better. Many other people still seem to have lost clothes though. I mentioned to Steve ...
... Then off we went to the Fort itself, the remaining homage to its colonial heritage. The port has continued trade for over 600 yrs. Local fisherman use Chinese fishing nets controlled by a large pulley system on wooden posts wielded by hand, requiring 4 men.
Mattancherry Palace was built by the Portuguese in 1555 then renovated by the Dutch in 1663. Now Hindu murals and a portrait gallery of msharajas remain.
The memorable aspect of the Jain Temple ...