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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
Had another excellent buffet breakfast at our hotel then checked out and got a rickshaw to our one for tonight. It was quite a contrasting experience booking in. We were in our room within about 5 minutes this time. We sorted out breakfast tomorrow morning as we will miss official breakfast: they are making us a sandwich to take. The room is …
... We both finally made it and are looking forward to a 2 week "holiday" practicing yoga and meditation twice daily. While writing this I can hear the others chant up in the main hall. It's a place if quiet and peacefulness. I'm excited. Our spiritual journey is about to start and I wonder what it might bring...As Internet is restricted we'll be offline for some time. Namaste and ohm shanti! If you want to check it out, this is where we are:) ...
... Then it was finally time to hit the beach. Lying on the sand it was so hot that the sky was white and Jason thought he might pass out. The water was warm but refreshing, and a little rough. A lady hawker carved and served us a whole pineapple for 60 rupees.
Running low on fluids we headed back to The Juice Shack. Sylvia had a sandwich but Jason couldn't eat in the intense heat so another Papaya Dream filled the gap between meals.
... distinct and colourful.. It reminds me alot of Brazil. Interestingly, one end of the beach is for tourists, and the other for Indians. Wandering down to the other end in a bikini would be crazy, Karen and I went for a walk in our sundresses and felt practically naked! Here on the tourist section of the beach there are lifeguards, but they wear dress pants and shirts so I don't know how effective they'd be! The cliff top is lined with cafes ...
... temple is still owned by the royal family of the Travancore and every morning the king performs the puja in the morning after which the temple is opened for general devotees. Initially the queue was well managed and well behaved, but as we started approaching the Narashimha temple, many local devotees unabashedly started breaking the line and jostled their way ahead.We were quite taken aback at the recklessness but soon started protesting to the devotees ...
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