Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
We set off on the local bus to Cape Cormorin. The scenery was very picturesque with Rocky Mountains close to us nearer the Cape. Some of the local people had an Australian Aboriginal appearance.
The 6:30pm bus got us back too late for an evening meal.
We spent the morning at Kovalum Cottage & had a final swim & a walk around the point. We had another Thali meal for lunch & then caught the local bus back to Trivandrum & the Mascot Hotel.
We had an afternoon look at the Museum & Art Gallery
It is almost 19 years ago I last was in India, and god things have happened here! Still India remains incredible : chaotic, noisy, crazy traffic, unorganized, but also mystical with its mix of traditions, rituals and western influences
Arrived last Friday, we stayed 3 days in Trivandrum capital of Kerala. The city is very nice, it is green …
Introduction :- The cleanest of all Kerala cities, with one foot in a different era, still shy to embrace the western way of life, but eager and happy to welcome visitors from everywhere, Thiruananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala is a joy to explore !!. General description:- When one enquires about this city, inevitably one will hear about Sree …
... as you don't actually ever know whether you have a confirmed place on the train until turning up to board it, which seems mental. Indian rail do have quotas for all trains for foreign travellers, but getting someone who will actually implement it for you is nigh-on impossible. Also, once you're on there, if you have hefty bags like we have, it's really hit-and-miss whether you will have room for it under your berth. Indian train-goers only ever seem to have about 24 pieces of luggage ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center