Hotel Abad Plaza
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... we arrived back in real India with busy noisy tuk
tuks, lots of people and delicious smelling food. We had the most delicious beef curry.
On our way home we passed a barber and with literally no words expressed, only
gestures, Gregory got his hair snipped and now looks like a Bollywood star,
very good looking. Can’t wait to taste what Rincy makes us for breakfast
... our way back to the ferry we saw lots of groups of men in different coloured clothing carrying large wooden crosses over their shoulders marching the streets, not sure if it was a protest or something religious? We also got to see some Hari Krishnas! We got back to Fort Kochi as the bright orange sun was setting over the chinese fishing nets, we grabbed a gelato on our walk back to our hotel in the hope it would cool us ...
... t be too cute and appealing. Well, I did my smile and wave and the kid burst into tears. Ha! The mothers just laughed at the child and turned it around and tried to console it with coo’s and bouncing.
The ATM ended up not working. We jumped on the motorcycle again and whisked down the street to sit in line at this last ATM that worked, then flew back to the vendor’s table, and were exchanging money and elephants where he kept adding more elephants. Well, ...
... there, nothing to note with exception to Oisin losing his sunglasses. That means we have both lost a pair of shades, I think we'll stick with 4 euro knock offs for the remainder of the trip.
Kochi was meant to be a stop off point before heading a little further south to Alleppey where we'd rent a house boat and take an overnight trip around the backwaters. This didn't happen at all. Kochi was one of our favourite cities to date. It's ...
... trade and antique shops with a mesmorizing colletion of old historical and artistic artifacts including a 34m wooden snake racing boat, a 10ft wooden chariot and a horse statue to match!
Kochi was another city in India with fantastic food. We met another couple in Munnar,who were also on their honeymoon, who had been to Kochi already and recommended two restaurants to try. The first was an italian which we tried on our first night it was delicious ...