Abad Atrium Hotel
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... Year we decided in the evening to slash out and go to five star bar for beer, Roz was even talking about wine, when we arrived in the evening however it was shut for maintenance. This seemed odd as the hotel was stuffed with western guests, though Roz had read that alcohol was not served on the first of the month. What it most certainly was, was a major disappointment! Climbing back to the hotel we had decided to eat at our gloom settled. However on entering the establishment and ...
... along with me. All the restaurants which RK recommended were full, with queues of people waiting, so we wandered about until we found a very swish hotel, their enormous restaurant was also full, but at least there was a bar where we could wait and have a beer. Around 9 we finally got a table. Janey sat while I ordered and then decided to go back to bed. I had a lovely, small portion of 3 fish fillets with 3 different, pretty coloured sauces and a small pyramid of rice. ...
... 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 ...
... from Macau, once Cochin was a Portuguese colony. Some accounts mention that the nets were set up between 1350 and 1450 by traders from the court of Kubla Khan. Some others say that the Chinese explorer Zhang He introduced the nets to Kochi shores. There used to be at least 30 Chinese nets on Fort Kochi and Vypeen shorelines about 10 years ago. Today there are around 20 nets remaining.
- Dutch Cemetery. The 282-year old Dutch Cemetery in Fort Kochi is considered ...
... us and it's not easy to get this information off just anyone you meet. They were very honest and told us about what they look for in a wife, the dealings of the dowry and how men usually get married at 25 years old and they marry a girl that must be quite significantly younger so usually an 18 year old girl. They were very friendly and kind, we talked until around 11pm, at which time we asked them to walk with us up the street back to our hostel, choosing not to walk the 800 ...