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

      Sitting on The Dock of the Bay

      A travel blog entry by sburne on Feb 11, 2015

      5 photos

      ... west, in the state of Kerala. I left Jodie and Marley in Agonda and took a sleeper train for 13 hours, arriving in Kochi the next afternoon. First impressions were that it is hot hot hot! Goa of course could not be said to be exactly Arctic in temperature (36 degrees was the norm there when I left), but here its a whole new board game. The temperature is about the same I would say but the humidity is through the roof. I stumbled off the train, got on ...

      Back to Indian Mayhem

      A travel blog entry by anniebusch on Dec 28, 2014

      5 comments, 9 photos

      ... thin rope was threaded through its mouth and then it was hung over the side, where it might stay for up to 3 days, though why, we weren't sure! Now it was time to return for breakfast, somewhere along the way we stopped a fisherman and bought some tiny fish, like whitebait, these we had, deep fried for lunch. After a big breakfast of curry, we set off again in Mr C's car. He said we were going to watch some dredging! Janey and I were dubious, would this be really interesting? ...

      Fort Kochi - Kerala's Culural Heart

      A travel blog entry by lou_shaff on Jan 13, 2014

      57 photos

      ... Portuguese and British buildings as well as the old Chinese Finishing nets. It has a couple of not very appealing beaches but it was a nice stroll (even if we had to stop every few meters to have our pictures taken by locals until we had enough and had to fend them off). Fort Kochi has a laid back and relaxed atmosphere to it. It has quite a few cool and quirky looking restaurants and cafes. However, we found the food disappointing and pricy. In fact, the only ...

      Kerala-Fantastic birds but a shock to the senses!

      A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Nov 09, 2013

      2 comments, 69 photos

      ... travel here. They always seem to be in large groups and tend not to close their room doors so there is a constant flow of very noisy people backwards and forwards. Even nuclear family size groups are noisy – added to by the constant Bollywood type videos played in the hotel dining room! It seems that people here do not like silence.



      We did spend a relaxing day on a Kettuvallam and enjoyed seeing life on the Backwaters, even though it has its noise too. ...

      Kochi

      A travel blog entry by escape_the_race on Sep 23, 2013

      28 photos

      ... platform we should be on. A bottle of water and the local 'Times' (for 10p) to read on the way - all very British and civilised!

      After finding out from the information desk that we needed platform 3 and the train left at 11.15 coupled with the constant tannoy confirming the same we felt a little more at ease and made our way over the footbridge to wait. We were confronted by the busiest platform we had ever seen and this was still with 45 minutes until the train left. The ...