Keys Hotel Thiruvananthapuram
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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... from his grasp. We were told how much the church had done for these people. We left the building to the scene of five excursioners peeing on one of the dormitories. The head priest of the tour then gave a sermon in the campus chapel (which was easily the nicest building) and the procedure of healing patients then took place again. After a group photo was taken out the front of one of the dorms, we got back on the bus and drove out the front ...
... 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 ...
... at counter number 8 then took another form and walked down to counter number 1 and gave it to the nice lady who we first spoke to, she then came up to counter 8 and wrote everything down and gave me a refund of approximately 1/3rd of the value of an AC2 train ticket. See, it's easy.
Later in the day we went back to paradise and got ready to dine out. Once again we were touted and did the same thing, back ...
... strange cleansing techniques the other day it involved a little watering can, salt water and my nose! There were much worse ones though, sticking a rubber tube up your nose and pulling it through your mouth - I passed on that one. Some of the people doing the Yoga Teacher Training had to drink loads of salt water until it made them sick - im really not convinced by that - seems a bit too extreme!
I was sad to leave the Ashram, it was really ...
... she replied ‘of course’
You could have knocked me over with a feather, she spoke better English than me, it turns out she was a doctor in Wembley, had her own practice, had lots of patients, but came back to look after her parents, her name is Benji, she sorted me out with some cream to put on the bites, then another hour just chatting about her time in England and bringing her English back up to speed, I have a good chance of getting another ...