Cochin

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After two weeks away from “tourist India”, it was quite a culture shock to hit Cochin. The cafe we had lunch in was lovely but the number of patrons finding themselves was a rude awakening for the return to hipster London.

Thekkady

Dawn and still waters in Kerala

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Midday sun on the boat trip

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Monkeys at tea

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Sunset and dusk

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Rajahs and immaculate rooms to stay in

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A world apart from the hustle and return of real life. Magical days in March 19.