Leelu's Homestay

House no 1/629 Cheerans Ebenezer, Kochi, Kerala, 682001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on House no 1/629 Cheerans Ebenezer, Kochi, is near Cherai Beach, Mattancherry Palace, Santa Cruz Basilica, and Princess Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Kochi

    The Calmness of Kerala and another hospital visit

    A travel blog entry by thepoonanns on Jun 19, 2014

    24 photos

    ... jewellery - Jewish Mosque - Dutch Palace - Chinese Fishing Nets: previously these were very successful in catching in large amounts of fish, but unfortunately due to the issue of over-fishing, these nets seem more like a tourist attraction Now for the story of the massages. Kerala is known to be the state where the famous Ayurvedic massages come from, so of course we all wanted to try it, but each centre we went to could only treat two people at once, so we split up ...

    Arriving Kochi

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Feb 27, 2014

    3 photos

    ... US40 per night in central Kochin with breakfast, put everything in perspective! One of the first things we did, as we do in all of our adventures is make sure the fridge is filled with some cold beer (after all, we are on holiday). This was empty, so it had to be remedied. Getting beer in Kerela is not a big problem if you know what you are doing, but can be! From research we found there is a bit of a drink problem in this part of India and the Government make ...

    India - Kochi

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

    2 comments, 31 photos

    ... from Macau, once Cochin was a Portuguese colony. Some accounts mention that the nets were set up between 1350 and 1450 by traders from the court of Kubla Khan. Some others say that the Chinese explorer Zhang He introduced the nets to Kochi shores. There used to be at least 30 Chinese nets on Fort Kochi and Vypeen shorelines about 10 years ago. Today there are around 20 nets remaining.

    • Dutch Cemetery. The 282-year old Dutch Cemetery in Fort Kochi is considered ...

    Down to South India

    A travel blog entry by jspence on Oct 30, 2013

    ... dinner. Here we met two young Indian guys who started up a conversation with us. They run and own a restaurant near by so we went back to their restaurant to have a drink. We talked further with them about everything, I asked all the interesting questions that I wanted to know about regarding to their lifestyle as a teenager, their beliefs of marriage and the duty they have to their families. I was so happy to have this opportunity because there's a huge cultural ...


    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Apr 09, 2013

    5 photos

    ... upstairs to the rooftop restaurant (irritatingly called Casinova's - not my typo) as we'd consumed nothing but crisps and tea for nearly 24 hours. After a necessary nap-nap we cold-showered and headed out in the early evening to take a look around Fort Cochin. Lining the coast along the northern shore are a number of 14th Century Chinese fishing nets. Not only do they look grand but they're still in operation, lowered into and lifted out of the water using a weight ...