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TravelPod Member ReviewsFort House Kochi
COMPHY room with a&c We had no 1 room just near the outdoor dining room Lovely long veranda & lights hung in the trees. Wifi was a bit of trouble but last day ok
Ate both nights on pier watching ships go by. Lots of green plant stuff moving in the tide
Had seafood platter 1st night
Dahl 2nd night
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... with art fans and organisers, so it takes a while to get served but it's worth the wait for a (safe) sprout salad and garlic toast with a strong coffee. We could be anywhere in the world here, surrounded by visitors from all nations, reading English-language newspapers, eating Western dishes in an arty setting while the Buena Vista Social Club soundtrack plays.
Afterwards we enter the courtyard of the Aspinwall buildings, where almost every room is given over to ...
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