Address: A Unit Of Tulip Star Hotels Ltd, Kollam, Kerala, 691301, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on A Unit Of Tulip Star Hotels Ltd, Kollam.
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      On to India

      A travel blog entry by smadge on Dec 21, 2014

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      Saturday 20th of December Up at 4am to be ready for 5am departure to airport to airport. Taxi turned up, always a relief and probably worth paying the extra of doing it through the hotel. Another person waiting for a taxi ordered elsewhere waited in vane. Young driver whose wife was in the UK. Airport not particularly inspiring but managed to find a cup of coffee and spend last Sri Lankan Rupees on Earl Grey tea bags. Flight very short, ...

      Watch your step

      A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Feb 23, 2014

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      This weekend-away came by a bit of a mistake and some lucky coincidence. We had full intention of visiting the southern most tip of India to a town called Kanyakumari so naturally we bought our luxury a/c bus tickets to a place called 'Kayamkulam'... That's close enough to 'Kanyakumari' right? As it turns out, it was a 80 km mistake in the wrong direction. So we let go of our dreams to take a rest from dirt cloud filled local buses ...

      In and Out of Kollam

      A travel blog entry by skeetstravel on Nov 09, 2013

      29 photos

      ... sample, and generally have a chat to everyone. Back to home, for a swim in the river. Sue had to wear a top and trousers, so as not to offend local customs. Their women don't swim, never taught as they can never expose their bodies. Back for supper a treat of rice,coconut and banana. We eat around a dining room table, Vijeesh eats with us, but we finish and then the father eats. Early to bed we are up a 6 am for an early morning canoe ...


      A travel blog entry by colchar on May 10, 2013

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      ... the odd Italian meal. The restaurants are all placed on the top of a cliff looking out to sea, the views are great, get to watch the waves in a morning and fishing boats at night. We've also learnt to play a few different card games whilst being here (i'm (Char) the main winner!) One of the days we took a rickshaw to the train station to buy our tickets from Delhi to Agra for our visit to the Taj Mahal on the 13th. We thought we where ...


      A travel blog entry by eleanor.camilla on Mar 24, 2013

      We arrived in Cochin after a stifling, 5 hour bus ride down from Munnar. That evening we went to see a Kathakali show which is traditional in Kerala. Kathakali involves dancing a story. The dancers are made to look like Gods, with bright costumes and excessive facepaint. The show was strange but entertaining, it was based on a bazarre story about a misbehaving goddess who has various body parts chopped off numerous times due to her promiscuous behaviour! The dancing was ...