Rossitta Wood Castle

1/334, Rose Street, Kochi, Kerala, 682001, India | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 1/334, Rose Street, Kochi, is near Cherai Beach, Mattancherry Palace, Santa Cruz Basilica, and Princess Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Kochi

    Kochi, India

    A travel blog entry by roamingmonk on May 04, 2014

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    ... day (once sweat soaked) might have put some people off, but having the place to ourselves was worth it.
    An old Portuguese fort built in the 16th century, with giant cantilevered Chinese fishing nets at the mouth of the harbour, Dutch heritage and old British colonial architecture, Fort Kochi was a pleasant way for us to get into this massive country of 1.2bn people (or 1 in 6 people on the planet). In all honesty, there wasn't a ...

    Kochi

    A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Feb 02, 2014

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    ... where we'd go out in the morning, then come home after lunch for a clod shower and a rest. Then we'd go out again for a cuppa chai, then walk over to a bar somewhere for happy hour. Then wonder off for dinner somewhere. Then go back to our room and work on the internet or watch tv. A lot of time is spent looking for how we will get to the next place and where we will stay. It'll be sad to leave fort Kochi. We're heading off to Kannur for a few days on the ...

    The Backwaters of Kerala

    A travel blog entry by lou_shaff on Jan 24, 2014

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    ... colourful boats bringing in tonnes of fish – some of which we would probably be eating later.





    We are glad that we did end up doing the Backwaters even if it was mostly on dry land. The fact that we were in the middle of nowhere, without any fellow guests, and staff only to be seen when they were serving us food was a little bit strange though, and 4 days were plenty (mind you, had we gone as a couple with just our ...

    Cochin - one of my new fave places in the world

    A travel blog entry by cavilleharris89 on Oct 18, 2013

    ... how not to burn them. Understanding cooking processes of when to add the coconut should we chose to add it to anything. Maria also helped us to understand some of the fundamental cooking method differences between the North and South Indian food styles. No surprises here, but of course, the best part: trying to eat ALL our delicious concoctions once we were done.
    We took a day trip out to the famous "Backwaters". These are canals of water lined in palm trees and ...

    Kochi and Mysore

    A travel blog entry by hayleyford on Apr 28, 2013

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    ... to go. It was surprisingly western. It was strange to be drinking cocktails in an expensive bar considering we were on a cramped bus with the locals only that morning. 99% of the people in the bar were Indian men (clearly with money) - where the hell are all the women in India? We were able to practice and learn some Indian dance move on the dance floor.

    From Kochi we took our 5th overnight train via Bangalore (ie ...