Kochi – A photo diary

Tripoto
9th Oct 2015
Photo of Kochi – A photo diary 1/12 by Mansi Sharma
Photo of Kochi – A photo diary 2/12 by Mansi Sharma
Photo of Kochi – A photo diary 3/12 by Mansi Sharma
Photo of Kochi – A photo diary 4/12 by Mansi Sharma
Photo of Kochi – A photo diary 5/12 by Mansi Sharma
Photo of Kochi – A photo diary 6/12 by Mansi Sharma
Photo of Kochi – A photo diary 7/12 by Mansi Sharma
Photo of Kochi – A photo diary 8/12 by Mansi Sharma
Photo of Kochi – A photo diary 9/12 by Mansi Sharma
Photo of Kochi – A photo diary 10/12 by Mansi Sharma
Photo of Kochi – A photo diary 11/12 by Mansi Sharma
Photo of Kochi – A photo diary 12/12 by Mansi Sharma

This was my second visit to Kochi, and there was a sense of belonging which I felt on my first as well. What attracts me more to the place is, simplicity and Portugal influence specially the Fort Kochi area.

Taking a photo walk through the streets of Fort Kochi is like traveling in a time machine back to the vintage era. Kashi Art Cafe A must visit place if you are a coffee lover and a cafe explorer.

No matter how simple a city is, it is always relaxing to get away from the city. And there we were on the highway towards Mararikulam beach. It is 11km from Alappuzha town. It was a perfect sunny weather to spend it on a beach. Mararikulam beach We stayed at Marari sea scape villa. Hosts were a really sweet couple and served us really good home cooked meal.

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