The Wyte Fort
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... We meet the French guys in a cafe called tea pot. We had a cold coffee and Annie had a chocolate cake and muesli. We then walked down to the ferry port and caught a ferry across to the island for 7p! We then had to catch a bus to the beach which took an hour! However, when we got there, it was a normal standard Indian beach - disgusting! Oh dear. As we had the show in ...
... and take the ferry to Fort Kochi which is only a 20 min boat ride. It takes an hour to get tickets. There are two lines. One for men and one for women. The women's line moves much faster so I buy 3 tickets. One for a girl from England who was trying to buy 4. The cost was only 4 rupees or 6 cents! This is where Vasco de Gama ended up. In fact he died here from malaria after his 4 th ...
Apart from this oddly dislocated religious persuasion the Catholics are, to their credit, much responsible for the 100% literary rate the state is rightfully proud to claim. Of course Kerala is a communist stronghold too, the odd bedfellows nicely snuggled together of late we're told. Naturally an Indian catholic sees no contradiction in his communist beliefs!
Our hotel is a restored 300 year old Portuguese merchant house, simple ...
Cochin is one of the leading cities in the state of Kerala, a name that supposedly means land coconuts, a steamy tropical coastal metropolis with a diverse blend of cultures. By most measures Kerala is one of India's most advanced states with highest income and literacy rates, something apparent in Cochin's large port facilities and skyscrapers. The cosmopolitanism is a result of hundreds of years of trade with the Arab world, ...
Hi. Me and Keely are lying on our bed under the ceiling fan, in our room with hilarious purple tassel curtains that make it look like a Middle Eastern themed brothel, thinking about how great it is that we get to be here in India, messing about for two months. Two months! Not working or studying anything! Sorry to rub it in, but seriously, it's the best. It feels pretty obscenely decadent right now to be honest. What must ...