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Travel Blogs from Kochi
... the marching band and banner welcome we might have expected. In fact we dropped them off at a Hyundai used car sales yard with no other rickshaws around. Until one rocked up on the back of a truck.... As we left, the owner of the car yard told us that he was waiting on one last rickshaw... So we weren't officially last! Woohoo! We were then swiftly picked up in a van and driven 50km south to alleppey to get on a houseboat. We are currently floating ...
... fishing nets, that dip deep into the murky water and lift out fish, hopefully. They all have stalls selling fish... that has been brought in by fishermen. Some using small boats, others using canoes, but to be honest, not much of it is caught in the nets now. The harbour is fairly dirty, with a busy waterway, constantly crossed by the ferries, cruise ships, naval ships, dredgers and now, huge container ships. Across the water is a new, large container ship port, with the ...
... areas in Mumbai. The roads a lined with market stalls, selling everything, we even spotted some clothes made for Tesco's!!! This was nice to have a wonder down in the evenings and spend some time bartering. In Mumbai, the taxi's are all painted black with yellow roofs and about half of them are small, retro looking cars called Premier Padminis. They are very cute! I have attached a picture! Unfortunately, in Mubai, there are quite a lot of people loving on the streets with ...
... in Kochi! A Tuk-Tuk driver aka 'ferrari driver' took us the short drive to Kochi Fort where we are staying for the next three nights. The language of football has served us well on our travels so far - and by the time we got to where we were staying we went through the entire England squad. Many indians assume that because we are from London that we support Man Utd - this is a constant source of annoyance to Steve! We pulled up outside a beautiful green double ...
... morning we awoke in the same sauna, and headed out for some breakfast to 'Teapot', a rustic tea room and cafe who served a selection of different teas, cakes and breakfasts while surrounded by old tea-related paraphanelia such as chests and - yes- teapots from through the decades. Breakfasted (and in Jenna's case death-by-chocolated) we embarked upon a ridiculous ramble through the streets of Fort Cochin down to the district of Mattancherry. We decided that we liked ...
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