Nani

Address: Opposite Clock Tower, Main Road, Kollam, Kerala, 691 001, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Opposite Clock Tower, Main Road, Kollam.
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      Travel Blogs from Kollam

      Day 170. One week to go

      A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Feb 14, 2015

      12 photos

      ... a relaxing holiday is that there is not much to rush for. We enjoyed a leisurely breakfast. Faffed about in the room and headed out to find a local shop to stock our mini bar with tonic! We took a rickshaw to the supermarket. It was about 4km and nice to see a bit of town. It wasn't as busy as main towns we had seen, but it was similar. Bumpy roads lines with little shacks and old buildings. There were lots of dogs and people milling about. We got plenty ...

      An Amazing Festival Procession of 30 Elephants

      A travel blog entry by lindell on Jan 22, 2015

      40 photos

      This afternoon we went with Francis in the tuk tuk and a group of others from the villas to a special elephant procession with 30 decorated elephants and numerous brightly lit floats on the back of trucks, that actually reverse all the way down the main road!

      We watched an elephant being 'dressed'. All the elephants have their legs chained for safety reasons! ...

      Infestation and Relaxation

      A travel blog entry by lick on Feb 08, 2014

      2 photos

      ... the water for it's next meal and majestic kites circling high above. we cruised along watching people at work coir weaving (coconut fibres woven into rope), tending to the fish farms or working in the garden tending to the coconut palms, banana trees and multitude of spice producing plants. Life on the backwaters passes at a slower pace than in the cities. As the sun started to set, we arrived back where we had started and headed off to catch our train. Varkala ...

      Varkala vacation feat vodka and vomiting

      A travel blog entry by keelypark on Jan 19, 2014

      3 photos

      ... and cheaper) than going by plane. We met heaps of other travellers in Varkala, there were heaps of bars with happy hours and cheap cocktails (with ice made from mineral water for our sensitive stomachs). We haven't been going out much in India, as women do not really drink, and we don't like to walk around at night, it generally gets dark around 6.30. So Varkala was a novelty, as the nearest bars were a 2 minute walk from our hut. We ...

      Tea plantations & Boathouses!

      A travel blog entry by stephthetwin on May 02, 2013

      3 comments, 70 photos

      ... eating delicious Keralan food, meeting villagers & sleeping on the water. This is the life! I'm currently laying flat out in the shade on a small top deck on a little cut out bed at the front of the boat staring up at a big blue sky. Palm trees rustling. Our boats docked and tied to tree in the middle of nowhere. Marks asleep downstairs on a spongey bench sprawled out 1 side and an Indian man is sprawled out on the other side. Captain is perched on a chair. We've ...