Vivanta by Taj - Trivandrum
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... in those moments leading up to the initial trip. I hugged my parents, took a picture with the one that’d helped me regain my self-trust, and put my faith back in the unknowns of the future. There is no way to convey how liberating it felt to release those emotions.
We only spent a couple days in Trivandrum before heading off into the 2 week tour. Here I would be re-awoken to my base intuitions, put back in tune with my core in ways I ...
... when we got up and we were worried about organising another train and accommodation in time to get to our next favourite place, the town of Kanyakumari which is the most southern point of India from which you can apparently see three oceans. Should be good.
In the meantime we're gunna do some more swimming, eating, drinking and sunburning. You need a ...
... others I had to be a little more forceful
He turned up, eventually, and he spoke pretty good English and was very polite (he asked me if I was comfortable, could he proceed, I told him it was his car and to 'crack’ on which meant another explanation, but after that to was a 57 km drive to the hostel (I never knew it was that far, they never told me that on the website) so I just settled back and enjoyed the ride
There was a ...
... any money he asked why not. I told him I don't have a job. He then pointed at his leg ' I am poor I need money' I asked how he lost his leg , he said it was a road accident. ' But you are healthy and alive and must have money because you are here to buy alcohol' I said . He then smiled and did the Indian head shake ( which is a positive thing) and joined the rest of the locals in the queue.
As we left he shouted out my name and said goodbye. Sometimes the people are ...
... to try some. I spent much of the rest of the day uploading photos, reading and catching up (Unsuccessfully) on writing this blog.
Day 62: Tuesday March 20th
I felt (if possible) worse Still today and ventured out of my room even less. I did manage to finally pick up a copy of Shantaram though trading in my recently finished copy of a book on The Clash in order to get it. My diet was really starting to depress me as just drinking water in ...