Harbour View Residency

Address: 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 Guruvayur Temple, Cherai Beach, Princess Street, and Ponmudi Hill Station.
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    Travel Blogs from Kochi

    Scooters in the rain

    A travel blog entry by lucas_otruba on Jun 28, 2015

    119 photos

    I last left you guys as we departed from our beloved Bamboo Grove. At this point in the story, I would just like to mention that these final few days were spent in full vacation mode: We had finished all of our immediate projects, completed all of the official meetings and visitations, and were free to do as we pleased.

    Our destination was Fort Kochi, which is a region in the much larger city of Kochi (the same one we had flown into upon our southern arrival). A former ...

    Chilling on Cherai beach at the chillout cafe

    A travel blog entry by lou-and-ian on Mar 31, 2015

    7 photos

    Had a lazy morning breakfast in the Kashi Art Cafe with proper filter coffee before catching the ferry across to Vipen Island which cost us all of 4p each! We then caught an autorickshaw to Cherai beach approx 25km from Fort Kochi. This was a lovely stretch of, as yet undeveloped white sand with the backwaters just a few hundred metres from the seafront. It was a very hot and hazy day but with a cool breeze, the beach ...

    Travels in Kerala

    A travel blog entry by ruthbell64 on Jan 02, 2015

    1 photo

    ... to last for hours! Cars overtake and undertake at random, and scooters, motorbikes and Tuctucs (the little 3 wheel taxis,) weave in and out of the traffic, missing vehicles by inches. We stopped looking at the road in the end, and prayed.
    Fort Kochi is the oldest part, established by the Dutch in the 15th century, then the Portuguese came along and ousted them a century or so later. They held power until the Brits came along and took over the colonisation ...

    3. Laugh at Everything

    A travel blog entry by adventurlandia on Jun 29, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... Indian way, an acquiescence, a ‘go on, get on your way’ as if this is nothing new. He starts the motorcycle and I hop on the back and put my hand on his shoulder as much for balance as to maintain distance. It was such a fun experience! We zipped and zoomed through streets and the speed of it (as opposed to my walking speed) was so nice. To see so much more in a matter of seconds. Moving past buildings, people, open shops and quickly arriving at the ATM. I jump ...

    Kochi/Kochin/Cochin/Cochi - Make up your mind

    A travel blog entry by osloanagain on Mar 15, 2014

    1 comment, 62 photos

    ... but we'll tell it all the same. Refer to the fruit stall in the photos. Yes, it all looks delicious. It was delicious. We bought mangos. Mangos aren't in season until April much to the excitement of locals. We got early ripened mangos for a price of 240/kg (3 quid). We brought it back to the homestay and we were asked how much we paid. Bear in mind our accom is 500. The cheapest room in the home stay is 350. We felt the shame mount before ...