Hotel Highway Garden
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... good pictures since everybody is thrusting their cameras and cell phones into the air to shoot over the head of the person in front of them, but you will get the idea from these.
We get back to Kochi about 10pm, and stop into an authentic Italian Pizza joint for a quick bite before retiring for the evening. The food is absolutely delicious, and a welcome change from the excellent Indian cuisine we have enjoyed thus far.
... for for hours, and then got distracted by the market and the antique shops. Oops. We wondered around matacherry for a few hours, then stopped for a drink in a perfume shop. We had cold coffee, and when it came it, it was purely cold milk. Eeeew! When we asked for more coffee the guy was super shocked that we wanted it to be stronger. He then wanted us to go and have a look at his art gallery, and he also said that's where the bathroom was so we obliged. It ...
... South Indian fish curries. And then we joined the locals with celebration by walking around the promenade. Another random highlight that we had was 9D cinema - what looked like a bouncing castle had 8 car-style seats and a screen. Then you are taken on a 3 minute virtual ride with rain, hail, lightning, visuals, movement effect... Viv was totally in love with that concept and how impressive it was. I just had to sit down for a few minutes to sink it all ...
... St. Francis Church, the oldest European church in India. The ambience here, as it should have been, was composed and quiet. Apart from experiencing the divinely feelings being be inside the church, the tomb of Vasco Da Gama is also here... His son came and took his body, but it had been here for fourteen years. We also visited several other churches. This lady was so informative, I was just hoping that my brain was a sponge soaking it ...
... boat and negotiated a prices of 8000RS (AUD$160) which included accommodation, food, water and the cruise along the backwaters. I've got to say this has got to be one of the highlights of the trips so far. Moving smoothly along the backwaters we saw schools of children heading back from schools on canoes, villagers fishing, cooking and washing their clothes and kids swimming in the waters. It all seemed so peaceful. The food they cooked was delicious and ...