Believe Inn - Wyte Fort

Address: NH-47, By Pass, Kochi, Kerala, 682304, India | Inn
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This inn, located on NH-47, By Pass, Kochi, is near Guruvayur Temple, Mattancherry Palace, Santa Cruz Basilica, and Princess Street.
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Travel Blogs from Kochi

Happy Valentine's Day

A travel blog entry by on Feb 14, 2015

24 photos

... to work for the FEDS before they retired. Not sure what they did for the FEDS but I got the distinct impression that I shouldn't ask.

And then our V-day dinner at our hotel. Very nice. We even got to order a decent bottle of wine. Kendall Jackson Pinot Noir at the bargain price of US$160. (usually retails for $13.99 at our local wine store - finally we can say we get a bargain on something in DUMBO)


Non-Stop Tourist Whirlwind (Just A Very Slow One)

A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Dec 11, 2014

76 photos

... a few yoga poses, because India, and indulged us in a couple of lamely choreographed fights. I kinda get the feeling that out of all of the places where you can go and see this that this isn't one of the best but hey, it killed a bit of time.

One thing that kills time but isn't worth the time it does kill is a visit to the elephant training camp, Kodanad. You're told you can help bathe the elephants ...

Kerala de Vil

A travel blog entry by jilly82 on Oct 11, 2014

3 photos

... with you until you get back home to your hotel. The other day I did this with a sticky ice cream wrapper, uncomfortably carrying it in the heat. After some time. a lady in a shop (who wanted me to have a look at her 'beautiful bracelets, good price') said she would put in in the bin for me "ohhh thank you", I said, gratefully.
"No problem" she replied, tossing it into the ditch in front of the shop.


Challenging Conversation

A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Jan 20, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

On the road from the Backwaters to Cochin, Martin raised a number of difficult subjects, starting with sati, the practice in which widows are burned on their husband's funeral pyres.

Sati dates back to the 12th century when waves of Muslims invaded India conquering as they went. Hindu warriors, a very high caste, donned their wedding clothes and went out to battle and to a sure death. The women built fires, and, not wanting to be captured, ...

First week already over

A travel blog entry by jspence on Nov 10, 2013

... taught the sounds of a word and when I try to explain to the kids this process they don't understand me, especially because the Indian accent changes the sounds of letters. Also, the books in the classroom are way to difficult for their level of reading. They were reading very ************s of goldilocks and Snow White with confusing English words. When I try and talk about the pictures and associate the words with real life things around us they seem to better understand the ...