Fort Heritage

Address: 1/283 Napier Street, Kochi, Kerala, 682001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1/283 Napier Street, Kochi, is near Cherai Beach, Mattancherry Palace, Princess Street, and Ponmudi Hill Station.
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    Travel Blogs from Kochi

    India Day 1

    A travel blog entry by elle-jordyn on Mar 16, 2014


    ... in Port Cochin and started to walk around and ran into a girl Rachelle and she ended up traveling with us the rest of the day! We found some wifi, sat for awhile and enjoyed that! And then headed to get some lunch...aka waffles and pancakes at some random pancake house (hey its food right?!) :) Rachelle and I then broke off from the group because they headed back to the ship and we wanted explore the area some more. We ended up having such a great night (and she ...

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

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Feb 03, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... means of viable transport here.

    As we were driving through Kerala, we noticed straight away how much more affluent this state is. The homes are much grander with lucious gardens and the homes made out of any combination of palm leaves, plastic sheeting, mud and corregated iron are few and far between. Other notes on Kerala so far; It is very very hot here and there are lots and lots of mosquitos. It seems to be very relaxed way of life in this ...

    Chilling Out in Fort Cochin

    A travel blog entry by nomadictendency on Dec 28, 2013

    10 photos

    Part 1

    Arriving in the southern state of Kerala, in a small town called Fort Cochin, gave us the opposite experience of culture shock. The south is much wealthier than the north, a result of its involvement in the Middle East's oil and construction industries. The main industry in the north is tourism. Another major difference between the north and south is that the primary external cultural influence on the north was Muslim, by way of various conquerors of the Hindus, while ...


    A travel blog entry by jspence on Nov 07, 2013

    ... different styles of dress and different foods in India. We talked about what holidays each religion celebrates and the children laughed as I wrote the best I could on the chalkboard with chalk. I see why they don't use chalk anymore in the western world, it was flying into the face as I wrote. The young children and teachers write English in very cursive fashion so my block letters and the way I wrote they found funny. Even the teacher was smiling ...

    The Spice Route

    A travel blog entry by sean_emily on Mar 04, 2013

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... seen, the indigenous people of the area, the Manna are still allowed to reap from the wilds using traditional methods. The Kerala government began an effective program to reduce illegal poaching and collection of wild plants within the park and elsewhere. The Kerala Forestry Department hired on former poachers and other black-market entrepreneurs as guides and other positions within the Department. People with ancestry linked to the Manna people are given priority for work within ...