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... over the railings to touch her, shrieked with delight when she acknowledged them then raced along the barrier for a second attempt. All that was missing was an autograph book. Having been warned by Alex (and the internet) that the food included was awful, I was more than happy to head to the western canteen where for £1.50 each we had pizza, chips and cake. A veritable feast - some of the best and cheapest non-Indian food we've had. (No lectures ...
... bridge in India. It is obvious that Kerala has to develop economically, but I just wish they had some sense of how to make oit a bit more discreet. I can't help but think that it will severely affect the tourism in Cochin, unless they take some drastic moves, and so many Keralans rely on tourism for their income.
The water front is dirtier that I have seen it, over these past five years. Rubbish is strewn everywhere. On previous visits, you would regularly see women ...
... also, the kids asked the usual question 'what is your name' fifty thousand times before they were satisfied. It was a short walk to her house and it was nice to walk through the quiet residential village area as our house we are staying on sits on a main road. We arrived at her house and it is more like a very basic block of units, very small concrete units with basic layouts and many many families all living in these close together. There's a lovely ...
... of the European colonies in colonial India. It remained the main seat of Portuguese India until 1530, when Goa was chosen instead. The city was later occupied by the Dutch and the British, with the Kingdom of Kochi becoming a princely state.
From time immemorial, the Arabs, British, Chinese, Dutch, and Portuguese have left indelible marks on the history and development of Cochin/Kochi. Over the years, Kochi has emerged as ...
This morning we left our lovely families in the backwaters of Kerala to travel to Kochi. They made us feel so welcome and I wished we could have stayed longer. We had a delicious breakfast then headed off on our boat back to Alleppey to catch a bus to Kochi which would take a couple of hours. As usual in India something was running late! This time it was our boat so we ended up getting to Kochi later than planned but we didn't have loads planned so it wasn't a problem. Had a bit of ...
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