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TravelPod Member ReviewsJeevan Beach Resort Kovalam
Reached the hotel half way by a small taxi (poorly organised leaving one of the hotel staff members to walk to the hotel from the airport) and half by walking with a hotel boy dragging all the bags. Guy on the night reception desk (4.30am) could hardly speak any English causing us to be delayed getting into our rooms. Even thought Ruchi had booked them 3months in advance to be two A/C room next to each other the night receptionist insisted he puts us in two separate buildings. I'm not sure what star accommodation this is, (if any) but wasn't too impressed not too sure what all the positive reviews are about on trip advisor?!!? The smell of the pillows..... :o! Pretty sure I noticed some sort of stains on the sheets and also might I add the shower room had a leaky butt washer spray right next to the toilet :/
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... an open sewage ditch. It is not a place to linger! We were told that to get to our destination, Kovalam, we would have to go to the Southern bus terminal, about a km away, and catch a local. Rather than take a local we opted to haggle with a rickshaw driver, agreed on a price, and were off to Kovalam. It was a 14 km horn honking trip! When we arrived we were really impressed at how beautiful this area is!
... thing on the menu, a good thing it was the only one around and it cost 2 quid, he wanted to use a hotel restaurant)
We got to Kovolam beach, it looked promising, the surf was up, from where I stood the beach looked okay, there were a few people on it, I took a few snaps, and then went off for a wander, leaving my driver with a bottle of water and parked under a tree
It wasn’t until I got among the rocks that I found a few things that ...
... s eyes." Med student-Madurai.
It is a strange feeling to rattle off the cities I have seen in people's country watching their expression. Understanding on a deeper level the privilege of travelling, and reflecting upon how to do it as consciously as possible without taking or doing harm. How are we using these travelling experiences when we return to our own country to bring about ...
... pressure of time on us and Mum and Dad were able to rest and sleep while Vinh and I soaked up the last of the sun. I was quite sad to say goodbye to all the local people we met. We’ll miss their smiles, cheerful greetings and kind, honest service. What a great place.
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India is a country where many people go to get lost in. Usually in search of enlightenment or just to simply to escape the mundane. If we were in better health ...
... classes. Really enjoyed it (apart from the chanting) and would like to take it up back home.
Not much to see or do so nice just to chill out, read and eat plenty of sea food. The tiger prawns were the best I've ever had.
Heard that each morning between 7 and 8 the local fishermen are pulling in their nets so got up early one morning to take a look and maybe get some photos. Unfotunately wasn't allowed ...