Hotel Pearl Continental

Address: S R M Road, Lissie Junction, Kochi, Kerala, 682018, India | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on S R M Road, Lissie Junction, Kochi, is near Cherai Beach, Mattancherry Palace, Princess Street, and Ponmudi Hill Station.
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    Travel Blogs from Kochi

    Wonder, Captivation, Mystery, and History

    A travel blog entry by skyenicolel on Mar 06, 2015

    4 comments, 26 photos

    ... to Agra. (What are we up to, 3 flights in 3 days now?) So after we landed, oh wait a minute. The landing. That was interesting. Once our wheels touched ground, it was as if the pilot sneezed and hit the controls or decided he wanted to turn right immediately. We skidded very hard to the right. I was attempting to video the landing so I was not braced in any way and almost ended up in the lap of the lady next to me. Then the pilot corrected the motion hard to the left and I ...

    Kochi trip 3.12.14 till 12.12.14

    A travel blog entry by nesamurthi on Dec 03, 2014

    ... around 10 pm. Next day we visit our own to cerai beach. Took ferry to vypin island and then took bus to cerai beach. Spent some time in the beach and later back to the town. Took another ferry to menaka shopping area in ernakulam. The following day we to lulu mall for shopping. Back to hotel in the evening and packed our things and checked in airport around 7pm. Arrived in KL at 6am the next ...

    Kerala de Vil

    A travel blog entry by jilly82 on Oct 11, 2014

    3 photos

    ... br>
    Kerala is a dry state so when beer was available it was expensive (1 whole British pound for a bottle - preposterous!). They also eat with their hands in Kerala. Apparently it's more spiritual that way. Maybe so, although they could also do with providing wet wipes. Matthew didn't get on board with it quite so much. Saying that, when there is cutlery, it's a fork and a spoon. For the life of me ...

    Shopping therapy

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Jan 21, 2014

    15 photos

    ... vivid despite never having been restored, and the images seemed to glow from within. The painting had no empty space — no sky, no trees, no flowers, just the multitude of figures. Martin pointed out how this was similar to classical Indian music which is played against the background of a drone so that there is no silence between notes.

    The old Jewish synagogue, also a 16th century structure, was close to the ...

    First week already over

    A travel blog entry by jspence on Nov 10, 2013

    ... taught the sounds of a word and when I try to explain to the kids this process they don't understand me, especially because the Indian accent changes the sounds of letters. Also, the books in the classroom are way to difficult for their level of reading. They were reading very ************s of goldilocks and Snow White with confusing English words. When I try and talk about the pictures and associate the words with real life things around us they seem to better understand the ...