Hotel Venus International
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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... the wrong decision. It was merely a walled fort, and you couldn't really see the sea from it as there were loads of houses in front. There was a pretty good view of the lighthouse. We then got back in the rickshaw and headed back to Varkala cliffs for lunch. We went back to our favourite restaurant, coffee breeze for lunch and myself and Annie shared chips, as being off season, the menu lacked in content. We then wondered along the cliff shop looking in the shops, ...
... stand. I felt great when this first happened before I realised that I couldn’t breathe and I couldn’t get back up. It really made me giggle. Doing 4 hours of yoga a day is always going to be intensive but each day brings new achievements, and that can get a bit addictive. I just wonder why I’m feeling stiff after two solid weeks of stretching.
Being a complete novice at meditation I think you could best describe my attempts as contemplation. I ...
... disappointed by any lack of infrastructure there - we were wondering for probably a couple of hours to get some food and pretty much couldn't find anything. If i visited Marari beach after Varkala, i think i would have a totally different opinion as unspoilt heaven. Goa is supposed to be even worse... So i'm leaving Kerala with a mixed impression. It's been a good introduction into India (yet now i understand ...
... could mean anything from ten minutes to an hour, sometimes more! It seemed to us that no one was ever in a rush to get anywhere, ever! The cultural differences within India were really interesting to witness, and you can clearly see the outside influence in some areas. In the northern mountains there is a strong Tibetan influence, while in the south the Christian influence bought over by the Portuguese and other Europeans is clearly visible in the ...
... duck curry that we ordered. All this to be eaten with your hands. The waiters had pity on us however and provided spoons. All of us except Tony obliged and suspended the spoon operations at some time during our meal. Tasty but still a little cautious as the restaurant food appeared to be mass produced and perhaps not as hygienic as we may have wanted. The banana leaves looked fresh though.
Into Thiruvananthapuram and then ...