Abad Airport Hotel
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Our journey to Kochi was as standard as always, I actually enjoy the travelling part of it all. From Mettapalayum we headed to our train station via an hour bus journey, the 4 of us and a friend we had met in Ooti, Michael who was a nice lad. The bus was pretty ridiculous, a local bus for 16 rupees, although we had to buy our bags a seat too! Ridiculous in that it had the loudest banging Indian music imaginable, talking was an impossibility, the speaker was distorted it was so ...
... The 7km climb to the summit has 5500 steps and takes three and a half hours we have been told. In order to make sure I get to the summit for the 0630 sunrise I decide to leave at 0200. There are many tea stalls on the way up and I intend to stop at a most of them. Lili and Isa - who enjoy doing triathlons - are leaving at 0330. We stock up on water and peanut brittle and head off for an early night.
When the alarm goes at 0145 I had already been awake for an ...
... with dancing and entertainment.
We made our way to Kalpetta which is 900m above sea water where we stayed in a fantastic homestay. This was my first of a couple of homestays in South India, which were absolutely brilliant....basically the house(s) belong to a family/families and accommodation is provided as well as traditional local food (dinner and breakfast). The homestays have been in really remote but beautiful villages.
Whilst in Kalpetta, we ...
... t and we didn't go!
So we thought that we would go kayaking instead and see the backwaters for ourselves only to find that the "only kayaking experience," in Allepey was never open. We made a couple of trips here and sent an email. We also discussed this with Nippi and Anthony to let them know that we really wanted to do this trip but only upon checkout, just before we were catching the bus back to Ernakulum did he tell us that he could sort it for ...
... bridge in India. It is obvious that Kerala has to develop economically, but I just wish they had some sense of how to make oit a bit more discreet. I can't help but think that it will severely affect the tourism in Cochin, unless they take some drastic moves, and so many Keralans rely on tourism for their income.
The water front is dirtier that I have seen it, over these past five years. Rubbish is strewn everywhere. On previous visits, you would regularly see women ...