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... the 5 minutes to the hotel. We said farewell to Geraldine and Colm who gave us their business card and invited us to their B&B in France.
We had a taxi to take us the 57km ride to Kochi. The name had been anglicised and set as Cochin by the British but was changed by India, like many cities (i.e Bombay - Mumbai) in 1996.
The part of Kochi that we were staying in was called Fort Cochi. It is a spur of land connected to the mainland at ...
... F has had only one spack attack!) Good to get fresh air after all that air con. That evening had most wonderful dinner of Kerala cuisine, probably best so far. I have indulged in Indian for breakfast every day, idleys, curries, dahl, roasted eggs, etc etc just love it! F has stuck with yoghurt & fruit, am trying to convert him but no luck yet!
So this area is really well known for ...
... something. We also visited a Roman Catholic Basilica and a Protestant church which were interesting but above all cool inside. Made our last stop by some beach stalls selling coconut juice in the shell - not unpleasant but not very cold. Then back to the ship for showers and lunch. Went to the Conservatory for curry this evening then straight to bed - Bobby Crush was the entertainment on offer so it was no ...
... even know my name until halfway through!) Hahaha that seems to be a common factor in SAS :) It's so unusual cause when you meet someone typically now-a-days you get their cellphone number...add them on Facebook...stalk their lives...am I right?! Well here we barley know each others names and we all consider each other family...kinda cool right? haha anyway, Rachelle and I walked through the markets bought some trinkets, walked all along the Indian ocean water, saw ...
... in India, St. Francis, the Chinese fishing nets along the river mouth, where it takes 7 men to haul the net out of the water, and two men to collect the three or four small fish that get trapped! Not sure how profitable that can be! There is also what is called the Jew Town, an old part of the city where business of all sorts are carried out. It is a very interesting part of the town due to the state of some of the buildings and the various ...