Abad Airport Hotel
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... The park was like nothing in India we'd so far experienced. It was 100% clean of rubbish, customer service focused, efficiently run with a focus on safety. It was also full of Indians. We were the only white people there on both days. As such we stood out, and as is the way in India with (Australian) foreigners, we're treated like royalty. We also purchased a 'fast track' ticket which gave you a ...
Our day of travel was uneventful and we are at our hotel in Kochi. The south is certainly different. Not only is it green and tropical it is modern, clean and upscale. No animals in sight. We are told the literacy rate here is 97.7% and it shows in the homes and lifestyle of the people. Tonight will be quiet as we were up at 3:30 and a little R&R is in order.
Sunday we ...
... and we were sticking with what both of us knew - which was walking around the temple 3 times. The little temples with deities inside were in the middle of the temple square and we couldn't go there, so it was all very confusing... In the evening we went out for my birthday celebration dinner as there were no decent restaurants on the day of my birthday or since then. This was the restaurant that we already went to twice before and that served the ...
... the "Indian" deal...so they were always winning in the long run. If I paid 1 dollar extra for a chintzy gift, I was helping to pay for their son or daughter to go to college. Most Indians selling in side stalls working 7 days a week from the morning (not so early, as the Indian day always starts a tad later, maybe 10 or 11am), until days end. I walk by the same sellers setting up their ironing kiosk (for lack of a better word), their fruit tables and flower tables in the morning ...
... boat and negotiated a prices of 8000RS (AUD$160) which included accommodation, food, water and the cruise along the backwaters. I've got to say this has got to be one of the highlights of the trips so far. Moving smoothly along the backwaters we saw schools of children heading back from schools on canoes, villagers fishing, cooking and washing their clothes and kids swimming in the waters. It all seemed so peaceful. The food they cooked was delicious and ...