Quality Inn Presidency

Address: Ernakulam Town, Kochi, Kerala, 682018, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ernakulam Town, Kochi, is near Guruvayur Temple, Mattancherry Palace, Santa Cruz Basilica, and Princess Street.
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Travel Blogs from Kochi

Exploring fort kochi

A travel blog entry by eganic on Feb 16, 2015

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... the show for the next day (front row seats). We headed straight for dinner at Fusion bay which was very full. We were treated to a pumpkin soup to start which came with every meal. I had Keralan grilled fish in a spicy tomato masala and a kidney bean & pumpkin coconut curry with boiled veg instead of rice. Georgia had a Fusion fish cooked in green mango & ginger in a banana leaf with rice & salad. The meal was good and I felt relieved from the lack of rice on my ...

9.1 Indraprastham Houseboat

A travel blog entry by sam.floy on Dec 27, 2014

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... br> The tranquil backwaters were everything we hoped for: passing fishing villages, and people washing clothes in the water, all to very little sound.

We moored for lunch, trying our hand at eating Indian style, before succumbing to cutlery. We tried to help Chris with naming his NGO to give sporks to the subcontinent.

The afternoon was spent dozing, reading, and having wildlife shown to us by Anul, the driver. At a particularly ...

Week Eight of Placement

A travel blog entry by asteller on Nov 23, 2014

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... the area had died (of natural causes) and the funeral was in the morning. There were two groups from different states living in the particular area and there was tension between them. We were advised that rioting might break out that evening if trouble-makers were about. Apparently people tended to throw rocks at traffic and the mobile clinic is quite a large target. We were happy to not go there. Friday was bitter-sweet. We had our ...

Jew town, Dutch palace and Chinese fishing nets

A travel blog entry by twovines on Jan 06, 2014

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... stifling heat presents something of a challenge, we take it slowly stopping for a cool off by any available fan! The inside of this palace/museum is pretty amazing. There are some fabulous murals which still have very strong colours and intricate detail. There are captions explaining what is going on in the paintings. The ceilings are beautifully carved in the best Burmese teak. There are also displays of royal palaquins (hand carried carriages), stunning jewelled ...

2nd week coming to an end

A travel blog entry by jspence on Nov 15, 2013

... place again, with kids running up alongside me saying 'miss miss miss only five rupees you buy'. In the afternoon, we painted the walls of the school, one saying 'Exodian English Workshop' as they wanted and another one saying 'word wall'. Absolutely deflated from heat, and crippled by our failing muscles, we began loosing a lot of the will to return to the difficult conditions of the school. It's especially hard, because the school is very well off, ...