Flora Airport Hotel
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... family Anthony and
Rincy and their two young children in what is called a ‘home stay’. They are
lovely and really friendly.
After venturing around the touristy area for a while checking out all the local
attractions we decided we wanted to find where all the locals went to have some
dinner and headed back to Anthony and Rincy to get some tips. After following
directions, just ...
... to the front of the queue. Many Indians would ask us "what is your name?" followed by "your country?". Some would then shake our hands. Some would mention the Australian cricket team. Then an Indian head wobble would follow and that would be the end of the conversation. More extrovert Indians would be willing to race us on certain rides. This was fun for all of us. Considering our celebrity status for the two ...
... the "Indian" deal...so they were always winning in the long run. If I paid 1 dollar extra for a chintzy gift, I was helping to pay for their son or daughter to go to college. Most Indians selling in side stalls working 7 days a week from the morning (not so early, as the Indian day always starts a tad later, maybe 10 or 11am), until days end. I walk by the same sellers setting up their ironing kiosk (for lack of a better word), their fruit tables and flower tables in the morning ...
... synagogue, ancient mosques, the oldest Church in India, Portuguese homes/ influence and the crumbling remains of the British Raj.
We stayed in a rather expensive(for us) guest house in Fort Cochin as our first and second choice budget accommodation were full. We had a lovely stay here with a spacious air con room, constant WiFi and plenty of working plug sockets. Ironically there was a big thick fluffy duvet on the bed, something like this would ...
... pouvoir profiter de l'océan alors on est allé passer le week end à Varkala. C'est un endroit touristique où il est donc acceptable de se mettre en maillot de bain pour se baigner. De plus, la plage est surveillée ce qui est plutôt bien car certaines vagues sont traîtres et le courant assez fort. Donc du coup, on se l'est coulée douce et j'ai essayé de récupérer du décalage horaire. Le deuxième jour on s'est baladé le long de la côte et on est tombé sur la plage fréquentée par ...