Abad Airport Hotel
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Warm and sunny again today with a temperature of 32C (89.6F).
Kochi, formally known as Cochin (the colonial era name), is a city in the state of Kerala located on the west coast of India by the Arabian Sea.Kochi was formally occupied by the Portuguese, Dutch and the British.
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Well, after 22 days onboard the QM2, we sailed in to the port of Cochin, India to be greeted by ...
... frame of body and mind - to be match fit - for India.
As the rear wheels of our plane touch down at Cochin airport in Kerala, and before the nose wheel has made contact or the fuselage reached anything like horizontal, all the Indian passengers are unclipped from their seat belts, into the overhead lockers and scrambling to be first in the queue off the plane. By the degree of equanimity displayed by the cabin crew it was obvious this is not unusual and ...
We spent a wonderful week at Fort Kochi. The stay didn't start out so great, as I had booked us into a serviced apartment mainly because we thought it had a kitchenette and we were really looking forward to doing some simple cooking for ourselves. When we arrived, we discovered that the unit had a kitchen bench, but no cooking facilities (stove, microwave, plates, pots, pans etc). So we couldn't actually cook at all. So, I changed our booking to 1 night, as ...
... outfits and splendidly carved ceiling beams. It's a treat to meander around this place, the history of the area is presented beautifully and in detail, it's worth a few solid hours of your time.
We tried to visit the Pardesi Synagogue and Jew Town, which unfortunately were closed on a the Saturday. Apparently (well Antony said so, so it must be true ;) ) there are now 7 Jews left in Fort Cochin, all too old to attend the Synagogue, and so the only worshipers ...
... 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 ...