… After absorbing 3000 fascinating years of Mumbai and Cochin-area Jewish history, we are swimming, reading, dosing and watching the sun set at Beach House, only 8 hours north of Cochin.
“How did you find this place?” our driver asked in disbelief as we finally found our way down the winding road to the sea.
The small river runs along the side of the inn that nourishes an ecological system of a mangrove and rich bird life. Swimming, boating, bird watching and walking on the country roads are the activities we enjoy.
A traveler from our 2014 tour said, “I loved the trip! You introduced us to so many wonderful things that I could never have seen on my own. I learned a tremendous amount about our heritage and about India. And Kerala was my Garden of Eden.”
Here we are exploring an international exhibition of contemporary art set in spaces across Kochi, Muziris and surrounding islands. The exhibit is held in existing galleries and halls, public spaces, heritage buildings and dis-used structures.
Indian and international artists exhibit pieces across a variety of mediums including film, installation, painting, sculpture, new media and performance art invoking the historic cosmopolitan legacy of the modern metropolis of Kochi, and its mythical predecessor, the ancient port of Muziris.
A rich program of talks, seminars, screenings, music, workshops and educational activities!