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TravelPod Member ReviewsClassic Avenue Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
Nice classy place. Staff very helpful. Nice rooms, good location.
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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... continue for that little bit longer.
And so on to my present town: Thiruvanathapuram.
This town has been the cleanest town I have seen so far as is Kerala as a whole. There seems to be more civic pride here. This has the greatest literacy rate in India and is rated as one of the more wealthy States with a higher living standard. I guess those aspects of social culture go hand I hand although Mumbai which is situated in the most successful and affluent state was probably ...
... queue in the accommodation office Lauren recognises a guy from the Sivinanda ashram walk past and says hello and I do too... Then I go to my room, ow of thousands there but later that night when I go back to the room, one of the other 2 guys sharing comes back and it's the same guy from before... Coincidence?! I know some of you already saying 'no way'... You know who you are.. So before that we go to the question time where one Italian girl asks this **** question ...
... I think I love them so much because they're just gonna forever remind me of India now.
And in other news, I've resorted to the only sane haircut in a climate which considers 30°C with 70% humidity a pleasantly cool day. It had gotten to the point where even my brain was sweating as my hair rampaged on its mission to take over the ******* world, but now ...
... sure created lots of thoughts on the car ride back.
The next day was a Monday, so the kids all went to school. After having breakfast together with them it was time for us to see what we could do around the place to help out and to set a little bit of a daily routine. We started the morning at 9 am serving breakfast to the people at the old folks home. In India, for some reason that we still don't know, you don't usually serve yourself but have someone else do it. So this ...
... start it again, the annoying horn honk honking at every corner and every single thing on the road, the driver constantly on his mobile, the padded seat that chucks you off after any little bump in the road & the fact that you sit higher than the roof edges hanging over the sides so you can't actually see anything even though your technically outside.... Doesn't change! Same same but different. AND we can't help but get in them everywhere we go to get around. ...