Aazhimala Ayurveda Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... bus dropped us off at Temple Junction - the temple wasn't open to tourists (but we did see groups of people arriving by bus in the mornings to pray and set off what we hoped were loud fireworks) so we didn't go in. We arrived at Mango House - a bright yellow guest house a couple of streets away from the main cliff face, with a pretty front garden and the smell of bourgenvilleas and (unsurprisingly) mango trees. Varkala beach is, according to lonely planet, a very busy tourist spot ...
... on the beach or just reading a book.
We crossed paths with a fair few people from the ashram, which allowed us to disengage gently. They say that life after the ashram can be quite telling but this seemed to be a perfect place to assimilate back into real life. It helps when real life consists mainly of sitting on beaches and introducing yourself to the nice guy named Paulo who is playing the guitar beautifully to his ...
... a morning swim at 8am and unbeknownst to us a pack of wild dogs had been there just twenty minutes prior to our arrival!! All in all it was one of the best few days of the trip so far, huge thanks to Mr and Mrs Beeson for treating us here. We then headed to Kerala and the forests of Wayanad, staying at another superb luxury retreat, this time 'glamping' in the midst of a coffee plantation. Whilst here, we went on an incredible sunset walk through tea planation after tea ...
... may find in your hand as you water the pertunias on a Sunday afternoon. What can't be recycled can be found in piles by the roadside. Chip packets, soft drink bottles, cigarette packets and so on. There is a lot as you can imagine. We've payed a donation for our accommodation at Mr Wilson's which helps him with his work plus providing three square meals for us. He has a niece cook these meals for us along with any other house work required. Two out of our three ...
Varkala is great little spot even if a little touristy. It is essentially a small community of laid back beach bars, cafes & shops that are perched on the inside of a cliff top path over looking the beach a good drop below. The vibe here was lovely, it was laid back with out being in another world like a number of tourist/hippy spots in India.
I found myself a cheap room and had some food, a little confused about the place. I was told that ...