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The day to explore the famous “Kochi-Muziris Biennale- 2018”. It is an international exhibition of contemporary art that is held once in every two years in Kochi for a period of around four months (12th Dec 2018 to 29th March 2019). This year’s theme was ‘Possibilities of a non-alienated life’ curated by Anita Dube, spread across almost 10 destinations at Fort Kochi. We had a quick breakfast of Idli and Sambhar at hotel Ceylon for Rs. 110 in the city and then we headed straight to ‘Aspinwall House’- to purchase the Biennale ticket and start our explorations. One ticket is for Rs. 100 and you can start your journey from the same place as well. So, once you enter the Aspinwall house exhibition area, you might get confused. But don’t worry, all you need to do is keep on walking till you are able to find the stalls selling some of the Biennale’s souvenirs. There, you can get a map of the entire exhibition places along with their floor plans. The map is at a nominal cost of Rs. 10 (as a donation) and is pretty self-explanatory (especially for people like us who love reading maps). But hey! How can you move on just by picking up the map. Atleast we couldn’t. We purchased few Biennale souvenirs like a T-Shirt and Chekutty dolls (Rs. 25 each) for our friends (Chekutty dolls are an upcycle product made from Chendamangalam handloom sarees that were destroyed during the Kerala Floods – so they are kind of a mascot of emerging Kerala). We spent a total of Rs. 810 on these small souvenirs.

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Best time to visit Kochi is from November to February

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