Flora Airport Hotel
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... we went for a walk to see the Chinese fishing nets. I got an orange coconut which had a lot of flavourful coconut water inside and almost no meat for rs50. Expensive for a coconut but cost-effective for the amount of water. On the way back we got some water and I stopped in the organic juice cafe for a good, cheap plain omelette. On arriving back at the room it was time for some much needed exercise in the form of two strength ...
... Soon I am reliving my past; sitting in the open doorway sipping ultra sweet hot tea, munching on a samosa watching the countryside slip by. The landscape is familiar from the previous seven months; rice paddies, palms and banana trees, populated by water buffalo and attendant egrets but even more verdant with the sarees of the women working and traversing the fields vivid in the syrupy light. It feels good to be back. Amber is ecstatic and I am very pleased to be doing it again.
... would go the extra mile so that my trip would become a reality? Truth be told, thats exactly what I was doing.
I put my doubts to rest and took a leap of faith to trust Abhi for the man that he is. I decided to make the down payment. Dad generously agreed to do an online transfer but then we found out that RBI (Reserve Bank of India) rules do not allow any bank account holder to make online transfers ...
... see all of Kochi's highlights in a day but we took the slow 3 day approach littering our days with siesta/TV time. Next stop was Alleppey for some backwater exploring. We travelled courtesy of India's fastest and craziest bus driver, fortunately arriving without forcing too many scooters off the road. The book said Alleppey has been compared to Venice, whoever said that is an idiot. The water ways are still pretty cool though. We took the budget option ...
... really wanted them in the sea. The beach was beautiful, palm tree lined, just a shame that the local council have decided to fill hundreds of plastic bags with sand to build a sort of flood bank at the back of the beach. When the monsoon season hits, the great crashing, rolling waves are meters higher than they are now, Aki suggests that if they just plant more trees and shrubs the land builds up around them anyway, and there wouldn't be the ...