Kannankeril Homestay

Address: Madavana Junction,Cochin, Kochi, Kerala, 682506, India | B&B
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This B&B, located on Madavana Junction,Cochin, Kochi, is near Guruvayur Temple and Hill Palace of Tripunithura.
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      Welcome to the" Hotel California!"

      A travel blog entry by 3grannies1guide on Apr 06, 2014

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      We arrived around 3 in the afternoon to be greeted by our host who was to take us to our hotel on a small island. After being convinced by "said host" that it would be better for us to stay at his hotel as there was nowhere to eat on the island ,we did that. OMG big mistake! the rooms where terrible one had no sink and brown water, not ideal for me. So ...

      Oh yeah now we remember, it's hot in India!

      A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Feb 03, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... old synagogue, ancient mosques, the oldest Church in India, portugese homes and influence and the crumbling remains of the British Raj.

      We stayed in a rather expensive(for us) guest house in Fort Cochin as our first and second choice budget accomodation were full. We had a lovely stay here with a spacious air con room, constant wifi and plenty of working plug sockets. Ironically there was a big thick fluffy duvet on the bed, something like ...

      Chilling Out in Fort Cochin

      A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Dec 28, 2013

      10 photos

      ... Fort Cochin, it is still definitely Indian. When it got dark, I saw a Hindu procession consisting of three elephants led by three men carrying candelabra, a cacophony of percussion instruments, and some riders who stood on the elephants' backs every now and then. The elephants were marching down a narrow street, by elephant standards, and we came up behind the procession, passing them by squeezing against a wall. While I am pretty sure the elephants could have easily crushed ...

      I hope you're sat down...................

      A travel blog entry by simonchegwyn on Oct 31, 2013

      ..............because I'm back on the road again! My alarm went off about 5.45 ish and I was soon up and showered before loading the bike. I said my goodbyes to Brigyda and Binu - and the dogs - before pulling out onto the road just after 7. I'm not really sure how to explain how I felt leaving because I didn't really want to. The first 20kms or so really were a settling back in thing, bike kit back on and a loaded bike. Not ...

      Home away from home

      A travel blog entry by scoutandabout on May 19, 2013

      7 photos

      ... of families there, including women going into the sea in their saris.

      We also managed a couple of early starts (6.30am) for Hatha yoga classes which were quite intense and we covered all of the 12 basic poses, including Lucy doing a headstand! We also had quite a lot of chill out time reading in the hammocks on the rooftop cafe surrounded by trees and birds.