How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
Photos of Greenshore Apartments
TripAdvisor Reviews Greenshore Apartments Kovalam
Travel Blogs from Kovalam
... have forgiven me for that one. It'd require a few months of therapy and a retinal bleaching to get over that sight.
Anyways, we went for a wander along the teeny tiny little seafront where we discovered that Kovalam totes makes Varkala look like a budget holiday to Rhyl. I'm not even ******** you. I mean, ...
... men sdpits his out of the window when I am not looking...no accounting for taste. The men put our luggage up on the top bed and the kids are all excited, running up and down the aisle to visit their aunty, sat a few compartments away. When we leave the train, again the men lift our luggage down for us, andut them on the platform to help us. The mother said that it had made here very happy to talk to us, we leave the train smiling and head off for a rickshaw.
... of them don't know how to swim and the surf was very rough with wild weather the whole time we were there. At one stage we had to huddle with about 50 other people under a small awning as the wind and rain whipped about us. While this was going on the 'trend boys' as they are known were worried that there had been messed up or the green jeans, pink shirts and maroon suede loafers were now wet.
We headed into Trivandrum the next day to spend some time in the ...
"Your life must be perfect, you live in such a rich country..." says Kumar from Kanyakumari.
How would you respond?
I look into the eyes of Kumar and think about the extreme poverty, lack of housing, food, and medical care that affects so many people across the country.
If we have a medical emergency do we have the option to call for help...
If we are starving ...
... to the check-in lady the journey should have cost 100 rupees (2 USD and not 10USD)
It reminded me of a conversation I had on my first day in Delhi after getting hassle in Old Delhi where the shop keeper said that tourists were once treated as guests but are now exploited - this hasn't changed over the length of India.
India has been interesting and I'm really glad to have experienced it but don't think I'll be back......