Vivanta by Taj - Kovalam
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Started out with breakfast where I had the most amazing dosa. Seriously getting so spoiled with the food; I don't know how I'm going to go back to eating normal food!!
We ate and swam and then went into the city to visit a temple and some outdoor markets. Bought some beautiful flower garlands for the kids for New Years eve. Came back, swam …
Woke up late (830am) but we did go to bed after 1am. Missed yoga but my sister had a private lesson. Went to breakfast, swam, read my book, swam, read, ate. Day of pure relaxation. Our driver comes at 2am for a 430am flight home. Will miss my family and this beautiful place. I relaxed today at the pool with my …
First thing in the AM I got an amazing ayurvedic massage done with herbs that were heated in a muslin cloth and applied all over. She also used traditional local oil and the whole experience was very different and very soothing. After breakfast we packed up and checked out and headed out for another long drive. We were told it would be 5 hours to …
So me and Jill had rocked up to Trivandrum in the ******* rain and did that thing where you ask every other person where the actual **** you're meant to catch the bus to Kovalam because Indian directions often involve a vague hand wave in a general direction with a "and then you turn left... left left ...
... sure created lots of thoughts on the car ride back.
The next day was a Monday, so the kids all went to school. After having breakfast together with them it was time for us to see what we could do around the place to help out and to set a little bit of a daily routine. We started the morning at 9 am serving breakfast to the people at the old folks home. In India, for some reason that we still don't know, you don't usually serve yourself but have someone else do it. So this ...