- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... when walking in the muggy heat! We enter the building which is cool in comparison to the heat outside. It's a Roman Catholic Church and quite ornate in its decoration in pinks and blues with religious paintings on the ceiling. There has been a basilica here since 1506 but the current building was constructed in 1902.
The Anglican Church of St Francis is signposted as only 0.3km away, so again we walk. In comparison, this place is very simple in design with a yellow ...
... illegally on what once was the Dutch cemetery in the Thangassery beach area, 3 kilometre north of Quillon (now Kollam), in Kerala.
To our great surprise and climbing through bushes in between obscure backyards we find some 20 remains of gravestones and tombs. On one of them lies a soap bar and is clearly used to do the laundry. Another one is being used as a dining table. A grave-tomb is used a storage space with a blue water tank ...
... We are grudgingly dropped off near the Jewish Synogogue. We have arrived before opening time so we follow the signs to the Jewish Cemetery. It's not far but the heat makes the stroll hard work. We reach a rusty gate which is padlocked and behind it a very overgrown and uncared for graveyard. Shame. We retrace our footsteps to the synagogue passing a number of gift shops and spice shops on the way. We are begged to enter each one of them but we have become expert at ...
After a reasonably good nights sleep we wake to find the train is running an hour late. Never mind, that's not too bad given past experiences. Ian is having a fine old political discussion with the gentleman from the bottom bunk. We roll into Ernakulam Junction station at 11.30am. We reject the first tuk tuk's offer of a Rs750 ride to Fort Kochin and take the second which is Rs450. Probably still too much but what ...
... de Lannoy within the Udayagiri fort in Tamil Nadu. He was a commander who defected from the VOC and then teamed up with the Nawab of Travancore, he trained the army and served him for 16 years. The Travancore army defeated the Dutch on 31 July 1741 in the Battle of Travancore. De Lannoy died there and the Indians erected a monument in admiration for his contribution to their liberty. If there is one thing Indian-Dutch, it ...