Meenachi Bhavan

Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India | Hotel
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A Good Tip - Kanyakumari

A travel blog entry by lou_shaff on Feb 19, 2014

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... lots of Hindu worshippers. A dark candle lit holy labyrinth, with atmospheric deep voiced chanting and temple drums floating through. There are shimmering flame lit holy statues overloaded with new and decaying garlands and shadows flick around the ancient uneven black temple walls. You really felt that you were in the inner sanctum of something quite other worldly. It was a little spooky but also very enticing. Alia needed some persuading before she ...

At The Edge of Ourselves

A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Feb 11, 2014

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... noisy, and the watchman was difficult to hear over the ruckus taking place behind him.

“Hey! Hey! More quiet! Enough!” His tone flashes from welcoming to condescending so quickly that I can barely keep track of his thoughts. ‘It’s not a big deal’ I think to myself, ‘we’re pretty used to noisy scenes by now.’ Yet it seems he wont be satisfied with a partial portrayal of the Nation’s father, and ...

Time for a beer

A travel blog entry by simonchegwyn on Oct 13, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... right. My odometer reading suggested that I still had about 12 kms to go but the end was clearly here. I wandered around and took some photos before drinking chai and looking at the map. That niggling feeling was getting to me. After a second chai i got back on the bike and slowly rode out of the small hamlet. As I was leaving I saw a bus off to my right driving on the sand. Ummmnnn - I wonder? It was then that I decided to thoroughly prepare ...


A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Apr 16, 2013

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... picked up our bags, demanded our money back and left to find another hotel. We viewed several hotels, but after checking out friendly Hotel Sea Shore (beautiful, but still significantly over our splurging-backpacker budget), we were escorted to Sea Shore's sister hotel, Hotel Sri Maniya, whose rates were more within our price range. We managed to bag ourselves a room with a sea view, two huge double beds and a TV for a reduced Rs 1200. Yes it was more expensive than Manikhan. No ...

Two Gonks, One Class

A travel blog entry by jhalpin14 on Apr 02, 2013

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... to make sure it sounds right, but I imagine Shakespeare and Dickens weren't afflicted with having to speed-write between powercuts, so hopefully if I do make any mistakes, I will locate them to satiate the grammatically-conscious amongst you.
Right, so a quick update to let you all know what Jason and I have been up to. Those of you that read Jason's blog will be aware that we have now, predictably, irritated all of the other volunteers to the point that ...

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