St Bhavan Homestay
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Travel Blogs from Kovalam
... 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 ...
... I like him. He's pleasant and full of stories (mostly involving someone in the movie/music industry), but it can be tiring trying to keep up with his rambling conversation. He did give us Season 4 of Arrested Development and some more episodes of Archer. Which made Lauren and I so happy. He gets massive credit for that. The two British boys also found us and joined us for a pre-dinner drink.
Had dinner with everyone at an Italian place. Yes – after ...
... 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 ...
... on the Olivia hotel... Oh dear.
first glimpse it wasn't great but not bad and after the traveling and the heat we thought anywhere to crash our heads will do.
but after we payed and actually looked at the room we realised it was pretty grimmer!
Walls was filthy, bedding looked rank and Emma's over sensitive, pranging, eagle eye for spotting any minute insect was in overdrive.
We went out hopefully to find something ...
During our last day in Hampi we had a chilled out one drinking cold drinks and taking in the last of the beautiful views. Izzy has become hooked on 'lemon nana' drinks, a deep green coloured blended lemon and mint fresh juice. Who knows how much mint they have to use to get the whole drink that colour, but it's the most refreshing and thirst quenching drink she's ever had (and tastes a lot like a mohito minus the rum). Nat's drink of choice (although we both are a great fan of both) ...