Hotel Abad Metro
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- Swimming pool
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... In India, women go through one screening section and men go through a separate one. One of our group members, John, a lovely man from England, did everything he was told to do. When the security guard was patting him, the guard asked about his gold necklace. Out of the corner of his eye, John noticed another guard picking up his wallet from the bin. John quickly moved away from the guard and went to the bins to gather up his belongings. Once we were all ...
... icecream. Once the snacks were consumed the monkeys were gone and I sat and watched an Indian giant squirrel go about its day. On the way
home in the taxi we stopped for dinner and a few drinks which was nice as it was Kate and Dans last day in India. Back in Kochi we went for goodbye drinks and Kate gave us some sainsburys toliet roll, a lot softer than Indian toilet roll so a good present and an Indian
tea cosy which was really nice. We ...
... came on and we were talked through what each emotion looked like, what different hand gestures meant and what different combinations told us. They then acted a scene for us. It was really interesting, and a little bit pantomime... India stylee! Following the show we stopped at the restaurant opposite the hostel where we bumped into Joel, where mere hours after declaring my vegetarianism, I had an amazing Kerala beef curry... I realised I hadn't had beef ...
... pretty much the entire plane ride. It was only about two hours if flying anyway so time flew by. (Get it?!)
When we got there instead if getting off into the airport we went down stairs and wound up outside. Hot. Humid. We are definitely in Kerala. It felt like I stepped out onto an island. Not a state in India. What a difference. It was really nice not needing to wait around for any bags. We all just had carry ons.
We found a mans holding an AIFS ...
... old Dutch cemetery. They are very poor. We can see that the cemetery has been cleared to make way for construction of new high-rise flats.
Earlier, while looking for some remains of the Dutch fort in Thangaserry we drive to the Beach road. Fishermen's boats are on the shore. There are two large fields in the beach area. On one boys play soccer, on another boys play cricket. We also see new houses in the ...