Travancore Court Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTravancore Court Hotel Kochi
Stayed there for a night, strongly recommended for your stay in Kochi
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... more of a building.
As fun as it was walking in this heat, it was even more fun taking the tuk-tuks. They drove like crazy but at least it gave me a breeze. Five hours later, I was back at the lodge drained from my morning’s activities but happy with my outing.
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... The trip to the beach involved taking a short ferry ride from Fort Kochi to an island. The cost of the trip was 9 rupees each, very cheap. Once we got off the ferry, we caught a bus and rode for 25 km across the island, and discovered a beautiful, sandy beach. After Don and Tony had a brief swim in the Arabian Sea, we decided to head back. We had a bit of an adventure, the auto rickshaw (apparently this is the correct term, tuk-tuks is the name used in Thailand) drivers ...
As disorientating experiences go, waking up in mid-afternoon with heavy jetlag in a chilly air conditioned room, and then walking outside into the thickly humid, oven-baking atmosphere of India, full of bustle, drama, colour... well, that sure takes some beating.
While Cochin is undoubtedly far more chilled than the chaos of Delhi and the onslaught of Rajasthan, it's still an electrode to the senses; the people, the noise and the ferocious heat. We love ...
... trip in a couple of tuk-tuks being our preferred choice. Just a few minutes bumpy ride away and with a total cost of R200 ($AUD4).
We spent the remainder of this tough day relaxing by the pool, listening to Australian Radio (ABC Grandstand) calling the NRL: Roosters v Bulldogs and the Broncos v Eels games.
... forehead muscles, but what an actor could do with his painted eyebrows was amazing. It reminded me of Gelsey Kirkland's "Dancing on My Grave" about being a prima ballerina with the New York City Ballet. She said that professional ballet dancers have certain muscles so overdeveloped that they can't walk ...