Hotel Sea Face
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sea Face Kovalam
Travel Blogs from Kovalam
... Kanyakamuri, a feat to have reached the furthest southerly point.
We needed to exit from the capital Thrivvandrum, and headed to the bus station waiting in anticipation for ur bus in the hope it wasn't going to be rammed full. Thankfully it wasn't and we were able to get a relatively comfortable journey to the tip. Though it was a public holiday which resulted in traffic congestion and the trip took about 3 1/2 hours rather than the expected 2.
... all so interesting. Each meal, I had to explain to our waiter that due to her religion she needed to help, in some way, in the preparation of the meal. Sometimes she would turn the fire on, or splash the oil in the pot. She explained to me that it is part of her religion that a Jewish person must take some part in the cooking of every single meal. Although my English was better then hers, often it took longer to explain the predicament to the staff then ...
... a religious procession and festival of which I know not the name of the location or the event. For our roughly $8 charge we were dropped off in the thick of things ad told to be back by 4:00.
It's far better for me to post some of the many pictures and videos I took at the festival than try to describe it. The highlights ...
... feeling I got from inside that I just can't explain. Not surprisingly I have discovered my mind is a wandering one - meditation was the hardest thing for me! Now, off to meet my very dear friend Sarah in Myanmar (Burma)!!!!! See you soon!!!!! Big hugs!! 'Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry, but by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try and understand each other, we may even become friends.' - Maya ...
... life from a hammock on a boat. Varkala Beach is the longest stop we have had in a month. It has been quiet enough to provide us with the time to just chill, walk the beach, swim / fight the waves, and plan the rest of our trip in India, but touristic enough to provide a diverse range of excellent restaurant choices, daily Cafe Lattes, and many, many shopping opportunities along the never ending beach cliff walkway lined with merchant shops ( especially if you ...