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TravelPod Member ReviewsBrunton Boatyard Kochi
This is the best hotel we have stayed at on this trip. Fantastic location on the waterfront next to the Chinese fishing nets and Fort Cochin. Impeccable service. Excellent food. A great way to end the main portion of our tour!
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So we enter our last full day of the trip. It has been a fascinating journey and we have see a mixture of Indian life. From the big cities of Chennai and Madurai to the small villages like Chettinad. All have been interesting in their own way, and the country side in between has kept us really engrossed. We started with intentions of …
Last night we had a terrific thunderstorm. We sat in our "viewing chairs", with rain hitting the canvas shutters behind us and watching the lake light up with every flash. Much was just flashes in the sky but the occasional bolt made it to earth and lit up the whole lake before being pitched back into darkness. Almost better than the …
The tour is rapidly coming to a conclusion today. We enjoy a morning tour of the historic sights in Fort Kochi, including the Synagog in Jew Town, the Dutch Palace and St. Francis Church. Of course there is plenty of time for wandering around and visiting the various antique stores, and handicraft shops. We have a free afternoon for last-minute …
This tour has featured one incredible event after another, and what we see today is one of the true highlights. It is the "Pulikali" celebration, which literally means "Play of the Tigers." It is the culmination of the Onam Festival in Kerala, and the place where the most people participate is the town of Thrissur, about 3 hours drive north of …
A good portion of our day is spent on the water, which is a perfect place to be in Kerala. So much to see! And in such dazzling colors!
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