Into day 2 of my Fort Kochi break. Chilled out a little on day 1 and walked around a bit. I had a list of things on my agenda but decided that I wasn’t going to push myself!
Today, I had a few interesting conversations including one with someone who has been involved with maintaining the area as a heritage zone and the efforts they are taking in this regard. Which is probably a bigger post that I’ll hopefully be able to write about at a later date.
In the other developments, I’ve been eating like crazy – though it’s hardly surprising I guess. Found a few nice cosy cafes including the Kashi Art Gallery and then TPot where I managed to tuck in a huge breakfast and lunch today. And dinner I am sure will be equally expansive though I’m trying to decide where it will be…
Time now to head out and see if I can capture the sunset by the harbour!
10 thoughts on “Travelling in Fort Kochi”
Kochi, my hometown..
have a nice stay..!!
Go to History Restaurant at Hotel Brunton Boatyard, on river road. Bit pricey, but excellent excellent food.
@vinu: lovely place to call home!
@Arun: thanks! Will try! Am going to be in the mattancherry area today so not sure when i can make it. I should have tried it for dinner last evening insteÃ¡d of the rather average fare i had at a place called upstairs!
Hopped on here after ages, how is kitty?
@lubna: nice to see you here 🙂 kitty is doing well. am missing her! will see her tomorrow!
Hope you had a great time. Waiting to see more pics 🙂
@manasa: really enjoyed my time there. in fact, i realised that i didn’t land up sleeping as much as i had planned to since i was always doing something! pics will follow 🙂
Do u ever visited to sahyadri u will even enjoy more in the beaches and jungle. I am here to show u all the way. But any how it nice and intersting to know about the blog.
It is a fantastic photograph. It reveals the depth tension and melancholy of sea. It is a absolute and conceptual interpretation of sea
hope the trip was good. waiting for some more sunset and sunrise frames.