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... garlanded with giant billboards many with their fabric or plastic posters hanging in tatters from the metal frameworks over which they were once stretched.
Happily, Old Cochin where we will stay is charming and colourful and a working fishing town. With Dutch, Portuguese and British colonial histories ranging back over many centuries the European influences are clear to see in the hotchpotch architecture that defies exact identification. What ...
... driver the first shop was just stunning, if VERY expensive, and Vicky was feeling flush on her first day, leaving with the most gorgeous table runner for around £8.50. Meanwhile I walked around the shop as though it were a museum, gawping at the intricately carved wooden furniture and the ancient silver Tibetan jewellery, whilst sipping saffron tea. The second shop were not so lucky and we swiftly left without a purchase to head to the market area, which by the time we ...
We checked in and headed to our gate. The flight was delayed a little but so we stopped and got some drinks. I got a yummy frappe. Right next to our terminal there was a fancy meditation center. Interesting. We do have the number one airport in India by the way if I haven't mentioned that before.
We boarded the plane and were on our way. I had an aisle seat with Rios next to me and Olivia by the window. It's safe to say the three of us slept on ...
... p. We took that to mean one way. It was in fact the cost for the return trip. Admittedly it was a short trip, but even so....
So, I now have Indian insect repellent. It cost a tenth of the price of the Boots one that didn't work. We'll just have to wait and see. There are enough mosquitoes to put it to the test.
We are now in a boutique hotel. Our rooms are impressive. I have a four poster bed.
... pay A LOT MORE), spices warehouse (the most amazing of them all, very old building used for the same purpose for many, many years and still being the main hub for spices trade in India). It was dark when he dropped me off at my place so the only sensible thing to do was to have dinner. It was a great opportunity to test another of local restaurants, this time I went to a slightly different area and ordered a chicken curry with rotti (a kind of Indian bread). A choice ...