Sealord Hotel Cochin
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... day of the month in Kerala is a dry day, no alcohol is served anywhere, I also believe this event occurs over two days in some months! We have enjoyed Cochin, it is friendly and easy to navigate with some interesting sights and nice seafood. If you have been confused by the different spelling of the area, as far as I am aware it is as follows. The city area is Kochi (Cochin) made up of districts such as Ernakulam and Fort Cochin (Kochi) where we stayed. Off to Alleppey ...
... time and I returned with a tired but happy little Alia.
We ended up spending longer than expected in Kochi, 10 days in total, as it is a laid back place and we were very relaxed in our cosy accommodation. But we were being a bit lazy and taking it very slow with the kids. Had it just been us or had the kids been older, I reckon we would have spent 5-6 days there. It is well worth a visit and would actually make a nice and gentle starting point for a South Indian ...
... the class at her desk and the children will bring work up to the desk to show her rather than her walk around and assist them. We first visited the two youngest classes and introduced ourselves, we played head shoulders knees and toes with them to get their attention and then got them to each say my name is and tell us their names followed by their favourite colour. Some of them were very shy and didn't speak very loud despite our encouragements ...
... and those trying to board it. The notion of letting people off before getting on was non-existent but understandable considering the limited space on offer. We essentially fell out of the train and spent a few moments on the platform getting our breaths back before we emerged into the domain of the awaiting Tuk-Tuk drivers.
"Ferrari, fully air conned" greeted us almost immediately. Which was also the phrase we would hear time and time again in Kochi!
A Tuk-Tuk ...
... women in their sari's , then a couple of Nun's on the beach and 2 westerners.( Pictures attached), the usual day at the beach !
We visited the Indo-Portuguese Museum ( 23 rupees entrance fee). Great if you are into statues of Christ and Bishop related stuff , its located at the Bishops house. As mentioned before so many faiths here and Roman Catholics are big here , lovely big basilica's and churches. We thought we should do a bit of culture while we are ...