Transit Living - Old Airport Road
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My much awaited trip started with the “Gateway to Kerala” – Fort Kochi. Situated in the Kochi/ Cochin, Fort Kochi is the melting pot of various cultures – British, Portuguese, Arab, Chinese and Dutch.
The Fort Kochi beach along the mighty Arabian Sea literally took my breath away. Everything about this place is so serene ...
... a massage as well so after my shower I had no hairdryer or makeup! Regardless it was amazing. I was interested in finding out about Ayurveda and will do some follow up reading.
I am waiting for GT to be picked up and we will probably go out as a group for dinner.
Love to everyone and hopefully I can give you an update tomorrow. I hear the weather is really cold, how awful and hope it passes for the weekend.
... t really have time to look around for that kind of stuff. It was new and hence out of town so it took maybe 45 to 60 minutes to get to the hotel.
There were so many sites that I would have liked to have had time to see as we passed them in the dark. Old structures just like I imagined near newer buildings intermingled with what seemed like shrines. A lot of construction all over also. We passed through old downtown of Bangalore by St Mark's Cathedral and ...
... and cultural issues. But at the same time I'm also learning a lot. (For example, if you see signs saying "tolet" do not confuse it with "toilet" -- they are advertising an apartment for rent, not a public bathroom.)
So tomorrow is my first day of work, if the jetlag doesn't hinder me too much. I'm looking forward to meeting all my fellow co-workers and starting research. Hopefully I'll get the chance to take some pictures and update this blog again.
... no way of stopping scott from planning a trip there! So we got up nice and early found a gem of a bakery for breakfast and got a rickshaw to the bus station to find our way there. Going well so far we were suddenly dumped in mayhem as the bus station is the biggest in Asia spread over 3 huge sites dotted on one road, and to make it worse each site has the same numbers for its platforms... after lots of confusion, many hand signals and some helpful ...