Hotel Abad Plaza
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... we walked t our departure gate, about ten minutes away. When John sat down, he reached in his bag to pull out his iPad, and realized it was not there. Naturally he was very upset and I was touched when his wife, Doreen commented, that because the men and women did not go through security at the same time, she wasn't able to double check that John had all his belongings. John tried to return to the security area, but was not permitted. He didn't have time ...
... as just gone midnight they are off to the airport.
The next day
me and Kirsty slept well over 12hrs last night, after all the early starts we were exhausted. Kate and Dan had nearly missed their flight due to the ridiculous system of getting into Indian airports and having the million security checks before you can even check in but they had got on the flight in the end and were off safely. Today me and Kirstys booked all ...
... while and its quite famous here, so I had to really! Yesterday me and Jo went for a little Fort Cochin tour using a rickshaw to take us from place to place. He showed us to a few governmental sponsored places which were really interesting to see, such as spice markets, a ginger warehouse and a hand wash laundry place, where I had a go at ironing using a 5 kg iron filled with hot embers of coconut shells. We went to a Jain temple and past a couple of churches, ...
... he led us to a bus. This man would be our bus driver for the rest of the weekend endeavors through Kerala.
We had a long drive where most of us slept again and then arrived at our hotel. The hotel was really cool. It had a homey bed and breakfast vibe to it. Old colonial. Kind of an older version of the house in Sweet Home Alabama. Kind of. That's the feeling it had at least.
The bus driver told us to go check in and eat lunch and then meet him back ...
... the end of the road is a small walking promenade on the bay side that leads to the ruins of a Dutch opperhoofd (chief) residence. The Archeological Survey of India has also done some reconstruction work on the two walls that are still standing. The window openings stand out against the blue sky.
In Quillon we can see from the seventh floor of our hotel a children's play park and beach with many Indian visitors. In the lobby there is ...