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TravelPod Member ReviewsDream Hotel Kochi
Dream Hotel was very cosmopolitan. Mood lighting in the rooms was interesting. Maybe it was there for better dreams!
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DAY 24 - Wednesday, November 12, 2014: Agra–Delhi by Road and Delhi–Cochin by Air (B,L,D)
Morning drive to Delhi airport to board the IndiGo flight 6E 515 for Cochin. Lunch on your own at airport Arrive Cochin, meet assistance and transfer to the hotel. Dinner at hotel. Two nights Dream Hotel. Overnight at Hotel …
... for the spice industry and has been under the control of the Portuguese, Dutch and finally British at various times in its history. The Fort Cochin area in particular bears testament to these days, with numerous beautiful properties (often now hotels and homestays).
An auto rickshaw took us the final leg from the bus stand to the Delight Homestay. And delightful it was! - spacious and comfortable room, balcony looking over ...
... with their eight month old son Lee. The kids are enchanted by the baby and Lee has cracked his first tooth, which Rana christens the Meat Tooth on account of it being so sharp.
Fort Cochin is a dusty old tourist town with winding roads full of overpriced ethnic clothes and jewellery, spice shops, wood carvings etc. We take the obligatory cheap tuk tuk ride taking in a few sights and then all the shops we need to stop at for the driver to get his commission. He ...
Next stop....Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, situated at the base of the Nilgiri Hills - a bit of a highlight! Lots of elephants, monkeys, boars were spotted but we were trying to catch the tigers whilst on safari....no such luck but hey ho!! In the evening we headed to the village center to attend a festival where there was so much dancing, music, fireworks as well lots of local people to interact with.....as much as we were interested in them, they were interested ...
... mainly by local ferries and then spent 2hrs hiring a smaller boat to see some smaller canals. You can hire a house boat but they're a) crazy expensive (for India anyway) and b) limit you to the main waterways that the ferries travel anyway. Eating out options were thinner on the ground here but much to our delight we found a hotel with a fridge temperature AC restaurant that also did pretty delicious food and most importantly - milkshakes. The Indian ...