The Crows Of Fort Cochin

[Fort Cochin, Kerala] Finally, after a year’s absence! Welcome to the brand new followtheboat podcasts!

This entire series is dedicated to our travels around the Indian sub-continent. We aim to get under the skin of India, the people and the culture. We’ve got a ton of adventures that take us from the very north in Sikkim to the very south of Tamil Nadu.

The Chinese fishing nets of Fort Cochin

In this first episode we take a nice, gentle stroll around Fort Cochin, the area in Kochi where the European adventurers settled after opening up trade routes between Asia and Europe. It’s a typically warm day so Liz hides under the shade of the tree-lined avenues, forever surrounded by the cawing of crows.

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2 Comments on “The Crows Of Fort Cochin”

    1. Aaah, the caw-caw-cawing of the ubiquitous crow. You don’t hear it after a while!

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