The Poovath Heritage - An Amritara Resort

1/246 Dutch Cemetery Road, Kochi, Kerala, 682001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1/246 Dutch Cemetery Road, Kochi, is near Mattancherry Palace, Guruvayur Temple, Santa Cruz Basilica, and Princess Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Kochi

    A day to rest in Fort Kochi

    A travel blog entry by philippastevens on Feb 15, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... of Fort Kochi. We looked into about 20 tourist shops which all sold the same range of loose trousers, pashminas, and silver jewellery. I bought some ear rings ( which doubles my ear ring collection I am happy to say) and Jessica and I both bought a woollen wrap each for winter glamour. We found the bishops house and were invited to explore the edible garden. At about that point we got lost, but after some time walking ...

    And it's pretty much over

    A travel blog entry by shonamary on Jan 19, 2014


    ... we arrived at a mansion to watch the sun set over the palm trees. Ben the owner invited us to use his rickety decaying row boat to paddle out to his neighbours prawn fishing pontoon. Stanley ( the neighbour) has a huge ( 10 X 10m) Chinese fishing net that gets lowered into the water for 15 mins and then gets  pulled up with a handful of prawns, fish, crabs in it. Then for dinner we were served the most amazing duck curry I have ever had with our ...

    Moving on....Mumbai and Goa

    A travel blog entry by sarahstead on Nov 14, 2013

    5 comments, 41 photos

    ... as it was about 8degrees hotter in Mumbai and very humid again, we didn't really need it!!! Mumbai is a bit different to Delhi and the other northern cities we had visited. It appeared slightly more modern, especially in the south, and was a bit cleaner. (Although the outskirts is mainly slums and very overcrowded.) The buildings, as you can see from the pictures, are colonial in style and very much influenced by the British. It's a bit calmer than Delhi and Jaipur, although I ...


    A travel blog entry by escape_the_race on Sep 23, 2013

    29 photos

    ... the whole thing was. We departed. The next stop was around 4O mins away and in this time our fellow travellers changed seats, climbed up and down from their overhead berths, we were offered tea, coffee, snacks, currys and struck up conversations. We conservatively estimated with the number of total carriages and the number of people in each one that by the time we reached the next stop there were around 5000 people. This increased on every stop and we were getting ...


    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Apr 09, 2013

    5 photos

    ... upstairs to the rooftop restaurant (irritatingly called Casinova's - not my typo) as we'd consumed nothing but crisps and tea for nearly 24 hours. After a necessary nap-nap we cold-showered and headed out in the early evening to take a look around Fort Cochin. Lining the coast along the northern shore are a number of 14th Century Chinese fishing nets. Not only do they look grand but they're still in operation, lowered into and lifted out of the water using a weight ...