Hotel Sea View Palace
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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Hey hey. So our two nights in Kovalam managed to change to 5 nights. I love it here, and Jo managed to get some beach time in between the drizzle so she is loving it too. We are just on the way back to Fort Cochin now for a couple of nights before Jo returns back to the UK. I received a welcome reception coming back to Kovalam, and though its only been a week since I was here last it felt like coming home. We were sharing a dorm with a nice guy, Sean, from ...
... Rach which was a little close for comfort so we immediately told them we were tired. They left without problems and we decided to leave the beach too as the extent of our sunburn unveiled itself despite high factor sun cream and the sound of cameras clicking away around us was getting old. I liked aspects of Varkala but it is extremely touristy and it's sad to see the amount of rubbish which can be seen littered on the cliff face encroaching on the beach. You see ...
So we arrived in Varkala after around five hours on a local bus and short tuk tuk ride. Tom managed to find a super cheap beach hut for us to stay in which was good.
Varkala is supposed to have one of the nicest beaches in Kerala which is why we headed here. Sadly there was no beach to be found! As it was low season this also coincided with very high tides so the beach was never visible which was a shame. ...
... one. An imperfect truth is worth a million perfect lies.
In my world life is a long, uncertain, exciting stream of experiences. You cannot define yourself by job titles or qualifications - these things are meaningless. They feed your ego and line your pocket and ultimately hold you back from seeing your own true beauty. They are not who you are.
In my world there is no TV. Newspapers are used ...
... nice after that. Luckily Shirley had asked us to accompany her, as a favour, to a local school that her niece attended. It was for a ”science fair” each student had done a project on a tourism activity in India and they wanted some actual tourists to come and see what they had achieved. The school was in Thiruvanathapuram but Shirley assured us we would not have to pay a thing for the taxi and all in all it seemed like a really cool opportunity to mix with the ...