Old Harbour Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kochi
... rains down hard for about 5minutes then stops
again and then again 30mins to an hour later starts again. For this reason
there are very few tourists in this area. Fort Kochi ,we discovered, is a
tourist town and is set up for the tourist season in oct-march, at the moment
it feels like we entered through the backdoor and no one was ready, which is
turning out to be really fun. We are staying with ...
... I found the places to be mundane, very touristy with the usual mayhem of tourist guides offering services and street peddlers selling their wares. We paid homage to the tomb of Vasco Da Gama who once was buried in St. Francis Church and which was excavated later only to be brought back to Lisbon. Our highlight of the day I guess was the Jewish town. Apart from Santa Cruz Basilica, ...
... Lots of little cafes, nik nak shops and street food. Perfect. A great place to while-away a few days.
They have the 'very famous' Chinese Fishermen here. Very different from any other fishing we have seen.
And the famous Keralan Dancing - Kathakali Dance. We went along early to watch the dancers applying their make up first which was fairly interesting. They then reappeared later in full costume which we have to say was fairly impressive. The dance ...
... trade and antique shops with a mesmorizing colletion of old historical and artistic artifacts including a 34m wooden snake racing boat, a 10ft wooden chariot and a horse statue to match!
Kochi was another city in India with fantastic food. We met another couple in Munnar,who were also on their honeymoon, who had been to Kochi already and recommended two restaurants to try. The first was an italian which we tried on our first night it was delicious ...
... after us - greeted us with coconut drinks, We sailed off along the backwaters. It was lovely - palm trees, birds swooping over the water and fellow travellers waving to each other as they passed by. We were served lunch which included fish, chicken, vegetable soup and rice and this strange pudding made of sweet milk, raisins, cashew nuts and -erm - spaghetti (no lie). We weren't so keen on the latter. The houseboat ...