Hotel Abad Metro
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... on time and we were all set for a four drive across the western ghats. Luxury compared with travelling on a bus and we were lucky to be able to afford it. The driver was brilliant just getting a little fractious as we entered in to Kochi itself and suggesting he would have to drop us at a ferry. I insisted he drove us to the hotel while Roz was strangely more sympathetic to his plight than ours. He had been driving for five hours at this point. The Bolgatty Palace, where we are ...
... built in early 16th century and is quite an odd experience being in a Catholic church in India with local Indians praying on the benches - an oxymoron in a way. We saw a priest in Santa Cruz Basilica taking confessions from a lady in a sari and scarf over her head. The priest was an Indian oldish man dressed in all white. Fascinating... We will be back to Kochi on the New year's eve, but that's all from this place for ...
... covered in dead mosquitoes. The walls of the room were covered in dirt and they had to walk barefoot through a dirty kitchen to access the dirty shower. When we met up with the girls afterwards, their faces were so pale, we'd thought they'd just seen a ghost! The following day we travelled to the next town of Allaphuzza (aka Allepey) known as the main access point to the 900km stretch of Keralan backwaters. When we arrived we inspected a few houseboats and decided on a ...
January 25, 2014
That day we wanted to do some sightseeing around Kochi (Cochin). After breakfast we managed to obtain a map of the Fort and started walking around. In the morning we visited the following sites:
- Chinese fishing nets. The nomenclature of Chinese fishing nets suggests that it has its origin in China. They are locally known as Cheenavala. The Chinese fishing nets have been in use for the last 500 years. They are believed to have been brought ...
... like a kind of beach pub you find on the Gold Coast, but maybe in the 60s. There were a group of guys having beers and one older western man eating dinner. Without many other options, we decided to have dinner here and I had a delicious vegetable curry which was great, had fresh whole pieces of cauliflower, carrot and beans. The next morning we took the rickshaw back to the ferry jetty, and caught the two minute ferry over to Fort Kochi which is the old part of Kochi. ...