The Capital Fort Kochi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... at the gates until they woke up. Fortunately on the way there the Tuk tuk driver needed to call the guest house to find it, which gave us our opportunity to get in the gates. To much delight she welcomed us in and had a room we could put our heads down in until a further room was made available. We crashed out 4 on a bed and didn't move an inch for the next few hours.
After a few hours kip we roused ourselves from our slumber and went for a little explore. ...
... the next one. Lili and Isa come bouncing past - speaking in full sentences and not using accessory muscles of respiration I jealously note - and we pull into a tea stall for a cuppa.
The ubiquitous Sri Lankan diet of dahl spiced with chilli has worked it’s malevolent effects on my digestive tract over the past few weeks. A sensation like being knifed in the abdomen and the larger intestine dropping three inches is the only precursor to the immediate ...
... tourists' that had come to visit.
In Mysore we were going to go inside the palace but it was closed so we just went to see it in the evening with all the lights....rather spectacular but I wonder what their electricity bill is like??!! This meant that during the day we went around markets and saw lots of preparations for the King's celebrations....flowers and people everywhere.
After here we ventured to Chennai (Madras) and ventured south onto a small town ...
... we survived. I found the ferry jetty which was one of our walk's objectives and negotiated a price for a 3 hour lake and canal cruise, while the girls spoke to a local tuk-tuk driver about "where markets are?". A short and expensive ride later (R20 = AUD$0.40), we arrive at a venue which essentially serves our purpose where some clothing items are purchased. Slim and ...
... like that are on an acid trip!) This is genuinely the most insane thing i thinki i have ever seen. A man dressed in green enters the stage to the slurring narration of a lady who sounds drunk or has recently had a stroke explaining that the green man is a god and because of this he has "eyeeeebrooooooowwwwsssss......... biiiggggggeeeeerrrr, mooouuutthhh.....bbiiiiiigggeeerrrr," and proceeds to tell a story that does not seem to match the "dancing," on stage. For ...