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w=300" data-large-file="https://travelynnfamily.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/mattancherry_palace.jpg? w=640" src="https://travelynnfamily.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/mattancherry_palace.jpg? w=197&h=111" width="197" height="111" data-original-width="197" data-original-height="111" itemprop=" title="Mattancherry_Palace" alt="Mattancherry Palace" style="width: 197px; height: 111px;" / Mattancherry spice market " data-medium-file="https://travelynnfamily.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/spice_market.jpg?

w=251" data-large-file="https://travelynnfamily.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/spice_market.jpg? w=640" src="https://travelynnfamily.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/spice_market.jpg? w=216&h=259" width="216" height="259" data-original-width="216" data-original-height="259" itemprop=" title="Spice_market" alt="Mattancherry spice market" style="width: 216px; height: 259px;" / If there is one place in India that you should splurge a little on your accommodation, it’s Fort Kochi.

It’s actually a great tactic to keep the kids engaged amongst all the history!

Visit Mattancherry Palace (built by the Portuguese and renovated by the Dutch), Paradesi Synagogue, Jain Temple (non-Hindus aren’t allowed inside after some local boys got up to some unspecified naughtiness with some European girls a while ago) and the Spice Markets.

w=300" data-large-file="https://travelynnfamily.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/kathakali.jpg? w=640" src="https://travelynnfamily.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/kathakali.jpg? w=228&h=151" width="228" height="151" data-original-width="228" data-original-height="151" itemprop=" title="Kathakali" alt="Kathakali" style="width: 228px; height: 151px;" / And by ‘drive an auto’ we mean – get driven around by your kids!

Our hotel (Ayana Fort Kochi) introduced us to a fantastic auto driver who took us around the sites of Mattancherry and Jewish Town (15 minute ride from Fort Kochi), and allowed the boys to sit on his lap and ‘drive’ between the sites.

When you visit Fort Kochi you’ll be following in the footsteps of the Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch and British empire builders who all left their mark on the city; the resulting fusion is captivating.