Abad Airport Hotel
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Kochi was an important stop on the spice trading route due to its strategic location near the tip of the Indian subcontinent, Kochi has been a melting pot of influences since the 14th century. The city’s history stretches back much farther: by 1102, Kochi was already the seat of an eponymous princely state that traced its lineages to the Kulasekhara empire. Ancient travellers and tradesmen ...
... shops, doctors, schools etc. Therefore every household has to have a canoe. The water is between 4 and 40 ft deep. As this area has freshwater, brackish and salt water different species of fish and shells can be fished. The shells are quite valuable because the fleshy part is sold on markets and the shells themselves are processed in a factory. They turn into calcium pills or are added as a powder to tooth paste. We stopped on one of the islands and strolled through a garden ...
... in their kitchen so I've been able to drink lots of safe water without resorting to buying too many bottles. I arrived here very early yesterday morning so was pretty exhausted. After crashing last night I awoke feeling somewhat restored. I'm sure another good sleep tonight will ready me for the 2 week tour that starts on Monday. Naturally, there are frustrations that crop up. This morning I headed to an ATM but was refused funds. I tried 3 ...
... few hundred metres away so all ended well.
The next morning we left for Munnar via the Fort Kochin fishing village took a very scenic but long drive into the mountains.
An funny dit en-route was when K needed her first emergency stop having contracted Indian tummy. How lucky our driver (Manoj) pulled over and let Kim out next to 300 metres of VERY smelly drying fish. ...
... destination to the nearest man. What they both do next as they talk looks a bit like their head has suddenly become far too heavy for their neck to support, so it wobbles around from side to side. (Feel free to have a go- we are yet to brave using it in public!) Having done our research we now understand that it often means 'thank you', 'I understand', 'yes' and also just sort of benevolent niceness! Mr Abi has driven us to all sorts of lovely places ...