Grand Hotel Cochin
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... figurines and columns on offer. Charters store is home to a record-breaking wax-cast iron cooking bowl, capable of serving a thousand (they say). Prince Charles and Camilla came to view it 11 months ago.
The Pardesi synagogue is a simple wooden-roofed building at the end of a lane. The floor is covered in Chinese willow-pattern tiles. Above are many Belgian-glass chandeliers, one lit to ...
... minds what to call the city but Kochi seems to be mostly accepted (Kochin, Cochi, Cochin).
What made this place special? We stayed in a homestay owned by a Mr. Immanuel, his wife Leyna and two kids Tevin and Tiya. What a lovely family. We have to say it also felt a bit like an old Aunty's home because there was a giant statue of the Virgin Mary protruding from the kitchen wall. It really felt like a home away from home. We also ...
... we arrived here via ferry (took about 20 minutes ) from Ernakulam. Fort Cochin seems to be the main tourist and historical area. There are a couple of small sandy beaches too which are only really good for people watching rather than sunbathing. There are also areas named Mattancherry, Jew town (Rushdie's- The Moore's Last Sigh, was based around here), Willington Island, Vypen Island and Vallarpadam Island. Kochi hosts giant fishing nets from China, a 400 ...
... Once explained they understood. I join them, they are a pommie couple, have visited Gia 8 times previously but never ventured any further. They are shocked by the stares they get on Fort Coochi. This is so touristy this town, too many for me and it is a shock for them. They are travelling for 6 months throughout Asia. We enjoy a few too many drinks, 9 G&Ts for me. Then we have a quick dinner before I head to ...
... I think I prefer it. The second part of the day we visited a beach which was on the next island, it was amazing, there wasn't many people on it so felt almost like we had a whole beach to ourselves. Although Kerala was supposed to have the most beautiful beaches in the world. I slightly disagree, unless you travel even more down south which we didn't really want to do as the Goa was waiting for us. Goa is the young party place of ...