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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Mercy Kochi
Although the location is bit weird, the hotel is well managed and very nice rooms. Food is good and can enjoy a nice candlelit dinner on the rooftop overlooking the shipyard.
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... before walking it back. Starving by this point we stopped at a restaurant and had one of my best meals to date. Kerala food is similar to Goan, plenty of boneless fish and prawns, light curry with a thin gravy and hundreds of different flavours. We shared two fish dishes and they tasted completely different. In most other parts of India everything seemed to taste like masala whatever you ordered and although I like it, it got pretty sameish after a while. ...
... busy town, as we were not working from a map we found ourselves lost a few times, but eventually found the backwater boats we planned to hire the next day. We were offered the services of a motorised boat at 200rps each per hour, wether that is good or not, who knows, but a two hour round trip priced at about $16US all up, seemed pretty fair to us. ATM's in India are a law unto themselves as we found on our return journey to the ...
... be ready by that time and they would only hand them out to us. Wrooong! They told us to come back between 17.00 and 18.30 to collect our visa. It was impossible for us to wait till the late afternoon because we would miss our flight. In the end they sent us directly to the High Commission of India in Colombo. They said that they would be probably able to issue our visa sooner.
We arrived at the High Commission of India at 9.00 and it was still closed. They open at ...
... numerous budget hotels. After asking around at two others, we stayed at maple guest house which cost 485 rupees for a double room (so $4 each). It was basic and we showered via bucket and tap but it was all we needed. Without any wifi access, we woke up the next morning and decided to just go with the information the man told us the previous evening and after eating a masala dosa for breakfast and court having poori bhaji we walked to the main jetty and enquired about ferry ...
We where picked up from our hotel around 8am for the backwater trip. Spend most of the morning just chilling on a houseboat, cruising around the backwaters. It was lovely, so peaceful! Not a car horn to be heard lol. Saw people fishing, kids swimming, ladies bathing & washing clothes. The boat made a few stops, once at a small factory that used clam shells & turned them into cement powder. Then stopped at a place that turned coconut husk into string. Eventually we stopped ...