Thapovan Heritage Home

Address: Nellikunnu, Mulloor P.O, Kovalam, Kerala, 695521, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Nellikunnu, Mulloor P.O, Kovalam, is near Lighthouse Beach, Museum Complex, Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari Ashram, and Mahatma Gandhi Road.
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        Travel Blogs from Kovalam

        Stitched Up

        A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Apr 14, 2015

        7 photos

        ... off when you know they are lying through their back teeth - even if they know you know that fact too! - It's part of the process, it's part of the game. The sarong was a mass produced, machine printed piece of polyester. It looked like it had been stitched by a cack-handed goat hooked on Valium. The vendor even told me he had to walk 40 kilometres to get here each day; he produced his empty wallet (it looked like a very fine wallet) with a ...

        Down in the jungle...

        A travel blog entry by awesomefoursome on Jun 30, 2014

        69 photos

        ... never having been)...completely bizarre and slightly scary! Whilst here we enjoyed a long walk across the island, through acres and acres of rice paddies and beautiful serene canals, followed by a stunning canoe ride back. We hoped the rain would continue to miss us along the Keralan shores as we ventured further south to a beach in Varkala. We stayed one night at 'Bamboo Village' right on the cliff...a nice setting but in the middle of nowhere and with no necessary amenities such ...

        Volunteers get days off too...

        A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on Feb 09, 2014

        16 photos

        ... long pants gawking at every half dressed woman. To add to the confusion of the Indian men staring at the western women, whom all seemed to be European, over 50 and pasty white, many of the Indian men were partaking in man-on-man hand holding. Not just holding hands but the full interlocking finger ship that most romantic partners enjoy. Even the occasional swinging of hand was witnessed. We spent the day exploring the back alley walkways of the town ...

        Stretching It In India

        A travel blog entry by soshedid on Dec 19, 2013

        1 comment, 204 photos

        ... knew what had happened and told me where I could find a water tap no one asked me where the wee was so they could clean it up!! :-) However, some senses you definitely want to overload on - like the sight of the beautifully coloured saris everywhere and the smell of the fresh flowers in a woman's hair as you walk past. Or the taste of yummy tandoori chicken, pineapple chutney and dosas! For me, I think the most fascinating thing is walking through towns or sitting ...


        A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Mar 29, 2013

        7 comments, 56 photos

        ... merrily, he threw in a big handful of garlic and onions, a few scoops of herbs and stuff, then the mussels started coming to the top and he scooped them out and put them on another bowl with even more herbs and spices in it, it smelt really good, he dragged all the shells out, made sure there were no survivors in there and drained the water into this other pot, binned all the shells and just started throwing all this other stuff in, too me it looked like a lot for 3 people (and ...