Abad Atrium Hotel
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... Chinese fishing nets along a stretch of coastline.
We had booked an organised tour ("Best of Coachin") that took in a number of the key sites and concluded with a cruise around the bay. As you will see from the photos our coach was suitably decorated for a tour of this colourful part of India.
As we left the seclusion of the port we were immediately hit with the sights, sounds and smells of India in all her glory. We had actually joined the main streets in the morning ...
... breaks further protocol by inviting the kids up to the cockpit as we disembark.
Our taxi driver at the airport decides that the ferry and tuk tuk option would be faster into town so he drives us down to a wharf and we bundle onto a gender segregated ferry for an evening trip across the waterways to Fort Cochin and then on to our guesthouse in a three wheeler.
The first people we meet here turn out to be the best. Jill and Tommy from Seattle ...
... had not prepaid for this place. Also it was a long way from anything ,but still in the middle of the hustle bustle. So we went to Fort Kochi and had a look around for somewhere else to stay. We found a homestay facing a park, so it got a nice breeze. We ended up staying there for another 7 days. We walked down to the water front everyday, and caught the local,ferries all over the place. We went to Vypeen by ferry and then caught a local bus to Cherai ...
... are visitors. We also spotted the stunning St Francis Church and Santa Monica basilica on our meander through the character filled streets.
In our evenings we saw a traditional South Indian Dancing and Katakhali. The dancing is, as we had experienced in Delhi, memorizing. The costumes and poise of the performers are stunning, with their outfits perfectly accentuating so many of the traditional poses and movements. The Katakhali was something completely different. It is ...
... town, with only chicken shops and small local shops open. After Steves desperate hunt for a loo - he couldn't wait and followed the locals example and just went in the street.
A kind security guard offered me the use of the 'staff' loos at the back of a shop down a very dark alley! I don't need to paint a picture here it was pretty disgusting - made more so but the butting cockroaches at my feet!
We tried to get a few more hours sleep before our journey stopped at ...