The Capital Fort Kochi

Door No. V/40, Bazar Road, Kochi, Kerala, 682 002, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kochi

Where is the fort

A travel blog entry by tessaadventure

... demon. there are a few brothers to try a to kill the demon all on there own way. it is a story in dance and very important the music and the facial expressions they show every thing. the make up and the costumes are also very nice to see , it looks very heavy to wear. again lots of other tourist are hear.

this was a nice thing to see.


Flowery David's Delight home stay.

A travel blog entry by dow


... remember to collect them from the ticket machine in Lincoln train station) Cats will go to Hazel's for their own holiday; Xmas and new year to celebrate , then off we go. So, the builders want to start work on Jim's housing adaptions while we are away? Ok... And you will need access to the spare bedroom? Bugger... A whole pile of tidying and sorting that wasn't on my to do list. With Hazel and Toms help, Jim and I get stuff sorted and ...

Chinese fishing nets

A travel blog entry by joancauldwell


... transferred to Lisbon.

Following that we went to the Jewish synagogue via some shops. Angela was very taken with a lovely ring but after some minor haggling we left without it. The synagogue is rather lovely but there are only about 10 Jewish people left in Kochin so it will not be long before it will be taken over by the government as a ...


A travel blog entry by rosietucker


Sarah and I have begun our Indian adventure! On arriving at Kochi, we had discovered that what is referred to in the guidebooks as the 'rainy season' is far more accurately described by the locals as the monsoon season!! The rain was torrential, continuing through the day and night... and guess who didn't think to bring a waterproof?!

We spent the day exploring Kochi; we saw the traditional Chinese fishing nets being used, whereby nets are suspended between wooden beams, which ...

Did I enjoy it?

A travel blog entry by sjpkiwi


... unsafe and sad than I did. We never had very frightening experiences and I'm thankful I didn't wake up in a bath of ice with a scar where my kidneys used to be like I was warned might happen. The beggars made me feel more annoyed than sad, i think i grew tough skin quite quickly because they were on every corner and down every street, we saw mutated people but not as many as i thought considering the population, also didnt see kids with injuries like you see ...

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This hotel, located on Door No. V/40, Bazar Road, Kochi, is near Mattancherry Palace, Guruvayur Temple, Santa Cruz Basilica, and Princess Street.
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