Flora Airport Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... non plus chez nous non plus, et on connaît la suite. Je souhaite aux Églises chrétiennes du Kérala d'apprendre de l'expérience des autres Églises dans ce domaine.
Quant à moi, j'ai décidé de retourner à Gatineau pour me reposer avant de continuer cette aventure. Celle-ci est très exigeante sur le plan physique et aussi sur le plan psychologique: changements de pays, de langues, de monnaies, de cartes sim de téléphone, ...
... thumb which is placed under the portion. Very efficient and fun. My efforts of eating like the locals was recognised by the ever inquisitive waiters. I think they "rated" my attempts quite highly. I just hope that in the cleaner's arsenal is a shovel. He / she will need it. All that is needed, is a little bread and with the fish, many could be fed (my biblical reference for the day).
Ernakulum is the new city while Fort ...
... female official was attempting to get people to go to another queue to board the bus to take them to their plane! It was the most amazing experience if you were a people watcher (during this stage I was contemplating the thought that my husband had been kidnapped), and thru it all, these marvelous Indians just got on with the process while we Westerners huffed and puffed! We left vaguely on time and spent the remainder of the trip like canned sardines - Jonesy ...
... of my photograph and then shake my hand! I think this must count as my 15 minutes (but only 15 seconds in my case) of fame.
Peter worked very hard to find birds for us and each evening he listed them all. As we drove around very slowly he would have the windows open listening for certain bird calls, and much of the time he was on the wrong side of the road on blind bends. It all added to the excitement. He loved to find new species and of course this became ...
... tourism somewhat spoiling the ambience and environment. There were boats a plenty, nevertheless we enjoyed looking at them and comparing the various types and occupants. At points the drivers would carry their road habits onto the water and hooting would start up - quite funny considering the relaxing nature of these channels of water, separating hectares of silent rice fields - it reminded me of Toad from Wind in the Willows! Some oats were full of partying Indians, ...