Sagara Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSagara Beach Resort Kovalam
Great view from the suite room over the bay.
Room a bit barren with no bath plug, bath mat or hand towels but clean. Big bed and comfortable.
Breakfast juice tasted like reconstituted powder. Omelette seemed OK.
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Transfer back to the coach and onto the once calm fishing village of Kovalam. On route we saw the duck farmers with lots of their flocks. They move these around and do a useful job for the rice field farmers once the harvest is in by pecking at the soil. A great sea facing room at the sagara hotel. After a quick shower a walk towards the fisherman' …
This has been a grueling trip. What with rushing to train stations and airports, visiting old palaces and forts, staying in some wonderful hotels and also staying in some fleabag places. I'm exhausted. I also had to change my original plans to visit Chennai because of the terrible flooding there. I have been texting a few people there and the …
The journey to Kovalam was a nice cruise and we paid the extra money to get the scenic route, which was thanks to the advice of the man in the coffee shop in Verkala...what a place by the way! English run and some lovely sandwiches and drinks.
We arrived with the usual plan of heading to the first nice looking budget hotel in the bible. We arrived knowing the place was going to be a bit more expensive, when we exited the cab I checked out a ...
... have met on our world tour who also sent photos for Laura's special day! Finally, another thank you to Mr Tong and Ms Parker for providing this lovely hotel treat for us! If you want to watch our music video follow this link... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdqZWK2i Qe4&feature=youtube_gdata_player On Saturday we bid farewell to our favourite hosts of the trip and flew back to Mumbai. Here we took our friend Louise's recommendation and stayed at a newly-opened boutique ...
... my gosh is it breathtaking. Sri Meenakshi Amman Temple is the size of an entire city block, contains 33,000 sculptures and has 14 colourful, sculptured gateway towers the largest being 170 feet high!! One of the archways you walk through has 1008 lit oil lamp candles - magical. There's also the famous 1000 Pillar Hall. It's a popular Hindu pilgrimage centre so I witnessed a few holy ceremonies taking place (although I didn't understand the meaning of ...