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Kochi Day 3
What a beautiful, hot
day. Breakfast was delicious –curried egg and roti, that just kept coming until
we eventually had to beg it too stopJ We were stuffed. We woke up to blue skies and headed to Mattancherry
which was a slow 4km walk down a main road past bizaares, spice, clothes and
bicycle shops, tailors, fruit and veg stalls and local street food stands and
local restaurants . We visited the Mattancherry Palace and read ...
... are passing them. You also use your horn as you approach any tight corner, especially if you happen to be on the wrong side of the road. The traffic on the road you have to pass and / or dodge includes pot holes, speed bumps, dogs, cows, a few elephants, people, tuk tuks, buses, cyclists, motorbikes and of course cars. The drivers we've had are at the high end and quite aggressively push their way forward. The kids don't seem to mind it ...
... motorcycle. There’s a line of two women and a baby with long eye lashes. This is one of my favorite parts of India. There are no strollers (wow, I just realized that. I mean, to think of it, who could walk down an Indian street in a stroller. You really wouldn’t get far before you’d have to pick it up and carry the whole darn stroller) so, every little kid is held by somebody. And they’re always at eye level. And usually held on a shoulder. So, you get ...
... churches, a synagogue, a Dutch cemetery, a few small museums, and quaint streets to be too impressive. I managed a really good lunch at a swanky boutique hotel named Malabar House and enjoyed watching fishermen use the s-called Chinese fishing nets along shore to catch seafood, called such because the age-old technology allegedly came from China.
Kerala's best known art form is Kathakali, a dramatized presentation of a ...
Today I moved from Laazar Guest House to Old Toms Mansion in the heart of Fort Koochi. I decided to have a bit of a quite day and try a manicure and pedicure. Firstly I headed to Kashi Art Cafe that everyone raves about. The cold coffee and fresh carrot cake was scrumptious. I figured the manicure could not possibly be as bad as the last one. Both the manicure and pedicure were excellent, they cleaned under my ...