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TripAdvisor Reviews Saj Lucia Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... food was, he said "vegetables." Find me a western kid that would say that! We're proud of the way we find the correct bus to get on...stupid I know. But try thinking about rocking up to a bus depot with seven buses warming their engines all going in different directions, all of them displaying their destination in Hindi and with very little English spoken. Home we headed, just in time for after school ...
... is as far as it will ever go. However, we were meant to travel in each other's company for the next 5 or 6 days and got to know each other. After the fact, I still don't know what made her so attractive beyond the obvious which should be more than enough in any case but I felt there was even more as if unknowingly there was a much deeper connection that was below the level of consciousness. Very feminine, long and ...
... the captains assistant and the chef. We felt very posh. When the house boat docked for the evening we did some fishing and James caught a small fish. We were both excited, although James was no pro at taking the hook out and panicked a few times but he eventually got it off and the little fella swam away safely - he wasn't big enough for tea (Will and Freddie take note.... fish like chicken). After checking out of the houseboat we just made our way down to ...
... at his feet and be blessed - each receiving a gift of local sweets and cakes. By 8am the ceremony is over and it's back to our final yoga class before a feast to celebrate the swami birthday. It's our final day here before checking out and our opinions and feelings towards the Ashram couldn't have changed so much over the last three days, maybe we could have stayed an extra few nights after all......... But its off to Trivandrum (the capital of Kerala) for the night and hot water in a 3 ...
... never have it your way. 'You hungry? Sit on that **** plastic chair, eat this questionable warm fried thing and let me talk about you in Hindi, you pasty freak'. Surprisingly, this gets old.
Despite last week's rant about self-surrender, listening to ancient
wisdom et cetera, I have since decided wisdom can go **** itself for a
little while. I left the confines of an ashram in somewhat of a hurry ...