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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      Day 5: Fort Cochin

      A travel blog entry by williampotter on Dec 13, 2014

      4 photos

      ... is a fascinating demonstration of the eye-rolling and mudras (hand gestures) used to express emotions in the play. Performers require six years training, makeup artists four.

      Tonight's tableau is part of the long Ramayana, The Killing of Kichahn, basically the story of an army chief's attempted rape of a prince's wife and her husband's killing of the attacker, seemingly with a large spoon. The dance, in elaborate costumes, ...

      India - Kochi

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jan 25, 2014

      2 comments, 31 photos

      ... mimic and the second one was moving practically only with his hands. If the first part was strange, the second was super strange. Even though they tried to give us some basic explanations we didnīt understand anything. Probably it was too sophisticated art for us. In any case we didnīt get it but didnīt feel so bad because apparently we werenīt the only ones. Some people stood up during the show and left. We werenīt surprised at all! Generally we found it horrible and in ...

      India, first impressions

      A travel blog entry by beoms on Nov 11, 2013

      16 photos

      ... was a different story. We were packed and our bench had to accommodate 5 people. I was really glad it was rather cool. Our week end in Varkala was great. We relaxed, I tried to recover from jetlag. And most importantly Chloé could go swimming in her swimsuit, I did too of course. She was telling me that there isn't so many beaches were you can go swimming. Bikinis are not well accepted, except in resort type places. Plus that beach has lifeguards, which was reassuring as ...

      Rain and reflections

      A travel blog entry by joancauldwell on Oct 31, 2013


      ... of road noise today. In addition we've seen no beggars, and no skinny animals. Our guide tells us that Kerala has the highest literacy rate in India - people take education very seriously. In fact as he showed us round today he said that they'd had to introduce a hybrid coconut palm as the tradition of climbing the tall trees to get the coconuts is falling into decline. No one wants to do it anymore. They all hope for higher things (an unintentional pun).

      However, it is ...

      Trying to make the most of Kochi

      A travel blog entry by danijoshtravels on Oct 23, 2013

      10 photos

      ... the conductor pointed at us and pointed off the bus. We guessed this was our que to get off. When we finally found the beach, we were in a bit of dissbelief as there was nothing there and it was not the most pleasant of beachs. After being told how nice it was, this was rather dissapointing. After wondering around and finding what was the only resurant for a drink, Josh and Rory decided they would brave the rough sea and go for a swim. We then made our way home ...