S.T. Bhavan Home Stay

Address: ST Bhavan Samudra Beach Road, Kovalam, Kerala, 695527, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on ST Bhavan Samudra Beach Road, Kovalam, is near Lighthouse Beach, Museum Complex, Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari Ashram, and Mahatma Gandhi Road.
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          Travel Blogs from Kovalam

          Kovalam..time for a dip

          A travel blog entry by rubeshoops on Apr 09, 2015

          ... cold water when you wake up, cold beer in the days and evenings whilst sitting in the pool. "We'll have it!"

          4 nights in Kovalam was agreed and I think we were all happy to find a nice place we could relax at and cool down in the pool. The pool made for some excellent underwater photoshoots of us all using the go pro and it was nice to finally test it out under water properly.

          It was nice to be able to access the sea ...

          Down in the jungle...

          A travel blog entry by awesomefoursome on Jun 30, 2014

          69 photos

          ... we'd been/things we'd done/people we'd met, as well as picking awards for each other from a hat that we had gradually filled over the previous few days. Some were sentimental, and some were funny, but all in all it was a fantastic summary of the highlights of the last 5 months. In Mumbai Airport we met Chris, a lovely Englishman from our hostel who was living and working in Mumbai. He provided great entertainment and distracted us from the upcoming departure of Laura and Chloe ...

          Calm Kovalam

          A travel blog entry by brodie.selby on Feb 02, 2014

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... and motor bikes are all blocked out by the palms.

          I find it an interesting setting though. The town is alive at around 6.30am, with plenty of people, both foreign and local, exercising along the beach. And by around 9pm, the town is well and truly in a deep peaceful sleep. Sometimes you hear the odd stray dog bark, but that is all. The town is also inhabited by travelers between the ages of 40-60, however still very young at heart. All the ...

          Stretching It In India

          A travel blog entry by soshedid on Dec 19, 2013

          1 comment, 204 photos

          ... hard work sometimes!! By the way, my work in progress for hassling - if you beat them to it and say 'Good Morning' really loud and really cheerful you catch them off guard and they forget to invite you into their shops!! Life in a yoga and meditation ashram...I decided pretty much right away that I would skip all my tourist plans to stay longer at the ashram. This, I decided, was what I wanted from my India experience and it's a decision I certainly do ...

          The Dramatic Cliffs of Varkala Beach

          A travel blog entry by dreamchasers on Mar 17, 2013

          2 comments, 13 photos

          ... street in search of a bus, from a line up of about twenty of them, that would take us to Varkala Beach. Bear in mind also that English is a little less common on the buses, as they are primarily used by locals, rarely by touristos like us. So we ended up hopping on the wrong bus. Not entirely bad, as our chosen bus was going in the right direction: it just meant having to hop on to another bus an hour later to complete the trip to our restful beach. All we would ...