Kovalam Beach Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of their food while Darren unfortunately was stuck standing at the end of the carriage.
Luckily my Punjabi friends were also getting off at my stop, so helped me grab my bag and push my way out. I waved goodbye to Darren from afar and grabbed a taxi here to Kovalam in Kerala. The main difference here is the people... Many westerners and therefore many westernised locals, lots of restaurants selling a wide variety of food and many shops selling ...
... guaranteed to churn out delicious dishes. And once again it did, we had a lovely chicken korma and mushroom masala. Every day we say right no more curry and then we smell it and can't resist! We watched the movie The Lone Ranger on the ipad with a great big slice of chocolate brownie cake each. It felt like a proper movie night we'd have back home! As the weathers improved we've decided to stay here another day and get back on the beach ...
... to do ‘their own thing’ at a time like this
It was a pretty uneventful drive from here on, but I have found out, if you hire a taxi for a tour or lengthy trip, you are expected to feed your driver, now I don’t have a problem buying anyone a drink, but actually paying for a meal is rather beyond me, but as they say, ‘When in Rome’..............
I guess I cheated, I just bought him breakfast (but the bugger still went for ...
... as small hotels, cafes and shops selling clothes and souvenirs vie for space along the cliff, looking down on a huge sandy beach.
Papanasam beach is considered to have holy waters which wash away sins and Hindus come for
miles to pray and ...
... Cliff, Varkala.
After dropping our things we took a walk toward the waterfront. The cliff-side laneway was lined with the usual tourist shops and restaurants. We stopped at one that was recommended in our guidebook. Although the name Trattorias was clearly Italian, its sign proudly announced that it was an 'Oriental Food Court' and 'German Bakery'. Sylvia had fish molee and Jason, not feeling overly adventurous again just yet, ordered ...