Abad Airport Hotel
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... a-bout way for example when asking directions:
'Oh well, you go past the Coach and Horses, turn left at the post office and five doors down turn left past the Elephant and Castle.'
'Oh no you can't do that the Coach and Horses has gone. It's now a MacDonalds. You'll have to go past the Pig and Whistle, look out for the statue with the missing hand and turn right not left at the Elephant and Castle.'
And so on.
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 ...
... South Indian fish curries. And then we joined the locals with celebration by walking around the promenade. Another random highlight that we had was 9D cinema - what looked like a bouncing castle had 8 car-style seats and a screen. Then you are taken on a 3 minute virtual ride with rain, hail, lightning, visuals, movement effect... Viv was totally in love with that concept and how impressive it was. I just had to sit down for a few minutes to sink it all ...
... money. So we took advantage of that and jumped in.
Everywhere was flooded.
As we had no accommodation booked, we relied on him to take us to some places and help us find the best place. After a few no-no's we ended up at Orion Holidays which is a beautiful villa and spotlessly clean. One of the nicest places we have stayed anywhere in India. £10 a night including breakfast - bargain.
Fort Cochin is the area we are in and it is geared for ...
... t be faulted. Unfortunately Jason's stomach still hadn't fully recovered from previous incident, so by the end of the night his cramps returned. The morning after, we took a taxi to the next city of Varkala, but stopped by to KIMS Hospital in Kollam to drop Jason and I off whilst the girls headed to our hotel first. Now this hospital was the complete opposite to our previous experience in Goa. It was only built in 2013 and both service and technology was quite ...