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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... s footstep is immortalised. Visited a laundry where washing goes on everyday, the job of a few families, then arrived at Chinese fishing nets. Watched their action for a time, fighting off vendors of cards, puzzles, jewellery etc and were surprised to see that they did actually catch fish and a crab too. Walked on to fish market which were stalls, with ice, along waterfront. Looked in St Francis church where there was a service so we couldn't enter but where there were ...
... frame of body and mind - to be match fit - for India.
As the rear wheels of our plane touch down at Cochin airport in Kerala, and before the nose wheel has made contact or the fuselage reached anything like horizontal, all the Indian passengers are unclipped from their seat belts, into the overhead lockers and scrambling to be first in the queue off the plane. By the degree of equanimity displayed by the cabin crew it was obvious this is not unusual and ...
... by, and noticed that a green dragonfly was perching on my knee. It is funny how you can sit perfectly still, until you have too, and the urge to move or twitch is tremendous. I was doing the comedy whispered shout for Jim to come and look at it, but it didn't stay that long. As soon as Jim joined me on the verandah, it seemed that someone had set all of the local bird life loose. Four Rufus Treepie (great name isn't it?) Performed an airobatyic ...
... through the train ride - we all slept. I think I slept until about 10am, with a few interruptions ("CHAI! CHAI! - a porter walks up and down inside the train announcing what he is selling. They peek into the curtains where you are sleeping every now and then). The train arrived late in Kochin - no surprise since we had departed so late. We ate in a hotel restaurant that Erick chose and then went to the planned ...
So we leave Fort Kochi and Kerala behind and board the nightbus back to Bangalore. Much easier to find the station this time and a kind staff member turns on the ceiling fan to keep us cool. Bus shows up on time but it looks like it is ready for the bus graveyard yikes! We board and have to climb a ladder to get ...