Riverside Heritage Homestay

Address: Mylanthra House | Palluruthy, Kochi, Kerala, 682006, India | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Mylanthra House | Palluruthy, Kochi, is near Guruvayur Temple, Mattancherry Palace, Santa Cruz Basilica, and Hill Palace of Tripunithura.
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    Travel Blogs from Kochi

    India: Kerala - Alleppey to Kochi to Goa.

    A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on May 02, 2015

    7 photos

    ... or calming the situation at all. We were told our stop was the next one in classic Indian advice - well intentioned but completely inaccurate. As we had stood up in front of our seat to get our bags from above our seats were taken by 3 people squeezing in - we went to get off and were told it wasn't our stop so we had lost our space in the crush. We ended up having to stand over the people that took our seat - it was completely ridiculous. (So we took a selfie for you guys!) ...

    Confronting the Backwaters

    A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Feb 23, 2015

    22 photos

    ... Johnson) takes me to the off-licence in a rickshaw. The state of Kerala has strict alcohol laws - it is tolerated but not encouraged and the grog shop is the perfect example. The front of the shop is encased in a metal cage. To enter you must squeeze through a narrow U-shaped corridor, like a tunnel, barely wide enough for the slimmest beer drinker to wriggle through. You are served through a tiny hole in the mesh, like you'd find in a confessional box. Meanwhile, local drinkers ...

    Kochi, Kerala.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Dec 08, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... want to go to these places, only the attractions. First we went to the Chinese fishing nets, here awesome! They are huge and operated by four men with huge rocks and boulders attached by string on one end to weight it and fishing net on the other end, they do catch a lot of fish to be fair! We went up on it, cost us 100 rupees to watch them operate it! Bloody rip off! Second the Dutch cemetery, it holds soliders and navy marines from the war in India. Then ...

    Out on the Backwaters

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Mar 04, 2014

    4 photos

    ... walk back to our hotel. A walk through an Indian town in the middle of the day is an experience to behold. The colours, the noise, the smells good and bad, the traffic, the people, the atmosphere, it cannot be bottled! The children coming out of school immaculate in their colourful school uniforms, the women in saris reflecting every colour God created and many more, all add to this cacophony! Alas it is good bye to Alleppey, which was not quite the quiet backwater ...


    A travel blog entry by barbsv on Dec 17, 2013

    29 photos

    Well still no wifi connection since Pune but I thought I'd better try to capture some of the south India leg of the journey. Got off the plane and Nancy, her aunt, and cousin were waiting at the front of doors when I came out. I liked her right away. She has been sweet and funny and makes sure to keep me in her sight at all times. We headed out I the steamy heat of Kochi (Nancy says it is winter so cool - ha) and drove to Alleppy. It was supposed to take 2 hours but ended ...