- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClassic Avenue Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
Nice classy place. Staff very helpful. Nice rooms, good location.
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... to come to terms with. The constant sight of men giving their genitalia a good ol' scratch, spitting every 5 seconds or the notion that when nature calls, the spot where you're standing will do just fine are just a few examples of these. However one habit which could put anyone off their supper was India's congestion issues, and we don't mean the traffic! The way in which Indians (particularly the men) clear the phlegm from their sinuses is really ...
... of seafood and had G&Ts every night watching the sunset. India is very cheap a big platter of 8 tiger prawns marinaded in garlic, butter, coriander and green chilli is only £4! Although I am probably at a near all time financial low I have felt like a King here. I am now on my way back to Kochi which is a four train journey away - the 'sleeper class' ticket cost me 110 rupees... £1! Will be staying in a backpackers tonight and ...
... so much easier. Still, what's the truth got to do with a good story - 'Your Honour' ;-) So, what's happened? I'm not really sure - this has never happened to me before. I've kicked back, relaxed and generally had a fab time in lovely Varkala. The weather has been great, the yoga superb, fantastic accommodation and lovely fresh sea food. Usually, after a few days in one place my itchy feet kick in and ...
... scheme in the carriage - the beds are a maroon colour, and maybe its my imagination, but the mattresses are more comfortable, and the walls are more their original colour - as if they have been wiped clean since their date of construction! Don't get me wrong - I thoroughly enjoyed my time in the sleeper class category, but now that I've gone up a level I notice the pleasing upgrades that money can buy :) (In saying that the 2827km trip -which pretty much spans the hight of ...
... have been forced to slow down a little, something I generally find difficult. My mornings have consisted of practicing yoga, (partly in preparation for the ashram I am about to go to!) taking a cold shower (not out of choice but I got used to it) then watering the plants in the garden, collecting up any coconuts that had fallen into the garden overnight, before sitting down to breakfast with Didi and the other volunteers (a couple of really nice Dutch teenagers, 18 & 19), a ...