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... being in our big flashy 'otel, apart from the telly and our plush room there was a pool and lifts and corridors. Our train was late afternoon and we didn't have to check out thankfully so we hung out. As we went to leave and asked for a taxi to the station,we said our goodbyes and thank you's and the manager, one of the many, who'd greeted us when we first arrived and really looked after us, offered us a ' free' taxi to our destination Ernakulam! 200 km away. Not quite sure what ...
... chicken and noodles. The garlic chicken was third chicken, third bone and third grime. The noodles came about 15 minutes later. Once altogether and meat accessed, the food was quite tasty luckily.
The evening then consisted of chill – watched a film with the others in their room and then went to bed. Potentially gona spend our last 4 nights here, just to revitalise ourselves for our epic start in SE.Asia!!!
There wasn't much else there so we moved on again, we didn't know but we were moving onto 'Trissur' another hour and half out to go see some lavish waterfalls, by this time we were starving and along the way we went by a restaurant called the 'Beer Parlor' spotted by Ian as usual anything alcohol associated he takes note, we eventually got there and parked up as we did a looky looky man poked some tat through the window, one good thing he had was a fold up ...
The cruise was relaxing, and we did see some elephants coming to drink, but no signs of the elusive tigers!!
Back to the Inn, we were treated to a home-cooked meal by our hosts!! Excellent!
We all got up early (6:15am) to go on ...
... if it is needed long term.
There seem to be hundreds of nurses in the hospital who mostly wait around until there is a task to perform, at which point 4 of the bustle off to do it together. Despite this level of nursing, most patients still seem to have their mothers to stay with them, even the middle aged men! Christie's consultant tells us that this is because the men in India are never forced to grow up. You see ...