Hotel Galaxy Inn
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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... but all westerners also in Sari dresses and with the red paint dot in between the eyes.... This whole short lived experience freaked us both out enough to decide to leave as early as possible next morning as it was the closest thing to a cult id ever witnessed and the whole evening had made us both feel uncomfortable being there at all... So first thing ext morning we took the bus and made our way to the mountain station of Kumily... Lesson definitely learnt.. No more ashrams!!!! ...
... possessed me to visit a zoo on a Saturday. The place was packed with kids and their parents, most of whom had more of an interest in openly gawping at me than the animals. I pretty much made my way slowly around the open enclosures, trying to ignore the hundreds of eyes boring into my head. I definitely felt like one of the exhibits that day.
... the stop came and went, and the train did not stop! It seems we got lost in translation and boarded the wrong train. Oh well, 7 weeks in India and it was the first mistake we had made on a train! Luckily we knew that the end destination was Trivandrum, a city we had planned on going to after Varkala, so we figured things could have been worse! However we now found ourselves in a strange city at night, with no accommodation booked and all of the options in our lonely ...
... that we had hoped for partly because we stayed next to our host family rather than with them. This also meant they were not always on top of the housekeeping of such a large place; although full of character it wasn’t very clean plus poor Alia got bedbug bites from the mattress she slept on. Had we had been on a tighter schedule we could have missed out the City or just visited the elephants, but then again we were lucky to have experienced such a wonderful Hindu festival even as non-Indian ...
... hard work sometimes!! By the way, my work in progress for hassling - if you beat them to it and say 'Good Morning' really loud and really cheerful you catch them off guard and they forget to invite you into their shops!! Life in a yoga and meditation ashram...I decided pretty much right away that I would skip all my tourist plans to stay longer at the ashram. This, I decided, was what I wanted from my India experience and it's a decision I certainly do ...