Hotel Jasmine Palace

Address: Temple Road, Kovalam, Kerala, 695521, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Temple Road, Kovalam.
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      Travel Blogs from Kovalam

      Back to my future home...

      A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Nov 27, 2014

      5 photos

      ... her afternoon treatments. I went back to see Raju who had made a mistake by painting the rickshaw on the back of the vest, it was still amazing, with "TANK" written where "taxi" sometimes is. I suggested he do a different design on the front so ended up with a "gujurati" turban with glasses and moustache. I stopped for a cuppa and a nice chat... He is planning to go for a cruise next April/May time so I've offered to come back and look after his shop for him, ...

      Tip of Indian Sub- continent

      A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Feb 26, 2014

      7 photos

      ... more arid, not like the lush green of Kerala, or Tamil Nadu. We have seen the sunrise and the sunset over the ocean, on either side on the southern most point. There are lots of india tourists here, and lots of vantage points to view the sunrise and sunset. They are surrounded by taxi and bus stands, as the Indians do not like to walk anywhere. Mark and I have been walking everywhere, as it is not a very big town at all.we had explored the ...

      Onam celebrations

      A travel blog entry by tan14 on Sep 16, 2013

      15 photos

      ... other people with us being the only foreigners for a speed tour of the palace. Where the guide would explain first to the Indians and then into English for us. It was extremely rushed and you were unable to linger and look at the artefacts inside. Although most of the pieces which would have been worth some money had been left to rust and rot. At the end of the fast paced tour is when the fun started. The guide stated he does not get paid but rather relies on donations for ...


      A travel blog entry by jhalpin14 on Mar 22, 2013

      3 comments, 2 photos

      ... br> Obviously it is very difficult to make comparisons between what we know in the UK and how many people live in India, as it is such a vastly different culture and things are done so differently and it is important for us not to expect Indian people to be living by the standards that you and I have come to expect. Even so, this is a country whereby 68.7% of the population live on less than US$ 2 per day, and in relative terms, 37.2% of Indians live below the ...

      Pinapple, Papaya. Taxi, Tomorrow

      A travel blog entry by emds on Nov 23, 2012

      23 photos

      ... yelled and pointed. Shame on him! I did not want to deal with any of that so I swam to deeper waters away from the crowd. The water was clear and wonderful.

      I spent the rest of the day swimming and sunbathing. The lifeguards became aware of some of the lurid behavior that was going on among the local men and would accompany me on my swims. However, I was very glad when Vinh joined me. We decided to make our way down to lighthouse beach which was more tourist friendly. ...