Harbour View Residency

Opposite Cochin Shipyard, Kochi, Kerala, 682015, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Opposite Cochin Shipyard, Kochi, is near Cherai Beach, Guruvayur Temple, Princess Street, and Ponmudi Hill Station.
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    Travel Blogs from Kochi

    Kochi, India

    A travel blog entry by roamingmonk on May 04, 2014

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    ... of sights or things to do, though we wandered to the east side of the peninsula, to an area settled by the Jewish in 16th century. In true honest style, the town was actually called 'Jew Town'! Save for a few Stars of David on some buildings, it is now given over to spice merchants selling their wares and antiques places. We did meet one guy who ran an embroidery shop. Apparently the intricately sewn tablecloths and napkins are ...

    India Day 1

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


    ... dark. We got on the ferry around 8:00 and it was dark and we kinda had no idea where to get off. THANK GOSH we ran into all the crew guys who work on the ship!! Hahah they took us right under their wing and had us follow them back to the ship :) Have I mentioned how awesome the crew here is!? They all take care of us so well! I love them! So they took us back to the ship safe and sound :) I'm headed to sleep ready for my flight to Delhi the next day!! :)

    -Elle ...

    Pootling with my parents

    A travel blog entry by elegibson on Feb 08, 2014

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    ... destination to the nearest man. What they both do next as they talk looks a bit like their head has suddenly become far too heavy for their neck to support, so it wobbles around from side to side. (Feel free to have a go- we are yet to brave using it in public!) Having done our research we now understand that it often means 'thank you', 'I understand', 'yes' and also just sort of benevolent niceness! Mr Abi has driven us to all sorts of lovely places ...

    An apology and a massive thank you

    A travel blog entry by simonchegwyn on Nov 02, 2013

    ... br>
    I really am speechless and no doubt having read my blog you may well find this hard to believe.

    As mentioned at the start of my first ever blog - this technology bit is all a bit new to me and Alex (back in the uk) kindly arranged the just giving side of things - I really had no idea so many people had donated to asha.

    I can't begin to describe how truly humbled I am by your generosity.

    I also now have a renewed and increased enthusiasm to ...

    Backwater trip - Karela

    A travel blog entry by colchar on May 01, 2013

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    We where picked up from our hotel around 8am for the backwater trip. Spend most of the morning just chilling on a houseboat, cruising around the backwaters. It was lovely, so peaceful! Not a car horn to be heard lol. Saw people fishing, kids swimming, ladies bathing & washing clothes. The boat made a few stops, once at a small factory that used clam shells & turned them into cement powder. Then stopped at a place that turned coconut husk into string. Eventually we stopped ...