Travel Blogs from Kanyakumari
... jack, and in the top hand corner the design was three lines of text...
Whaaat??? I nearly bought it as a joke souvenir but I don't think it would be so funny back in England.
After a bit of a chill I discovered the awesome view from our hotel rooftop and decided I should get the fitness gear back on, forcing myself to do a bit of tabata training. It seas a bit of an effort as its been a few days since my last ...
... under his morning covers as soon as the sun had left the horizon.
In all, we did really enjoy our visit to the slightly weird Kanyakumari and were pleased that we had not listened to the doubters who had told us that it was ‘not as good as Lands’ End’. Reaching the tip of the Indian subcontinent felt like an important achievement too for our little travelling family as we now prepared to head north again, this time exploring the state of Tamil ...
... the ceiling I could tell the environment had changed. The air seemed drier, there was a bit of dust in the wind, and the sun was a touch stronger. I remembered this feeling. It feels like life.
All the moments ahead of us were unpredictable; picturesquely surreal in each breath they encompassed. I walked beside the twin tracks, noting the lack of skyscrapers and absence of human ‘progress’. The people walking ahead of us were pilgrims, ...
I've made it and thought I'd do a quick entry as people seem to visit this site on a Sunday evening. I will write an entry later once food consumed and I've a beer in my hand. The last two days were stunning and I'll explain all later. Ye ha - I'm in Kanniyakumari ;-) ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××× ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××× ×× Where to start........................ I was planning on an early ish start yesterday morning but ...
... section with 3 brown plastic seats each side the middle of which served as a back for the first seat and a corridor running along the other side, I bought hot, sweet, coffee served from a metal tin, sat in my window seat and waited. Another older couple got in and I couldn't understand anything they said, noone it appeared spoke English but the lady in a turquoise sari offered me a biscuit, her husband wore what looked like ...
Other places to stay in Kanyakumari
No. 128, Court Road, Kanyakumari | 2 star hotelfrom $18
5/22 Main Road, Kanyakumari | 3 star hotelfrom $19
East Car Street, Kanyakumari | Hotelfrom $14
East Car Street, Kanyakumari | 3 star hotelfrom $38
Light House Main Road, Kanyakumari | Hotelfrom $15
East Car Street, Kanyakumari | Hotelfrom $18
34001, Kanyakumari | Hotelfrom $20
Marungoor Village, Kanyakumari | 2 star hotelfrom $39
No. 400 P.W.D. Road, Kanyakumari | 2 star hotelfrom $18
East Car Street, Kanyakumari | Hotelfrom $39