Vivanta by Taj - Trivandrum
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... I met with Ray G there, who had mentioned he would be attending when we first met at a Tutorfair event 3 months ago. It was pleasing that the throwaway conversation we had had, had materialised into us meeting up on the other side of the world.
The musicians received a generous welcome from the host, and then sat cross legged on the stage to play their instruments. The main man was the vocalist, who was creating some incredible ...
... day will be rice based. Usually served with three side dishes which you mix into your rice before using your right hand to spoon it into your mouth. No one uses their left hand as that's used for toilet activity. The side dishes will consist of beans, beetroot, jackfruit and other vegetables all heavily spiced. The food here has been better that we expected, that being the case Maya and I are starting to resemble grains of rice. Meals have become more about getting ...
... chain free life. It is not actually a chain free life and we did see one elephant that did not seem very contented chained to a tree (we were not sure why), but overall we believe they had a better life there than they would have in most places including the more touristy elephant ride place we visited near Varkala.
Overall, we had a great few days in Trivandrum. We enjoyed all the space where we stayed and the friendliness of our host, but we didn’t get the ...
We woke up to more clouds and very confused - we were told it doesn't rain at all in the 'dry' season. It's still been warm though so we spent a few hours on the beach playing frisbee and Luke played some beach cricket. He went for a sea dive and has grazed his knee! A big black cloud was hovering ...
All this meant that the next day we couldn't sightsee in the city as roads would be closed and it would be gridlocked with people, so instead we spent a lazy day, but at lunchtime we came across a small group of women ...