The Quilon Beach Hotel & Convention Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Room service
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... especially in the supermarket. It was a proper AC supermarket, similar size to Tesco local. We stocked up on allsorts, it was so cheap. The supermarket didn't sell booze so the driver sent David down an alleyway.
David's account... Down an alley, hidden away from all of the other shops was the liquor store. There were three hatches and a handrail to indicate the queue. I had hoped for a shop to browse. No way, there were bars separating me and ...
... quite scary to be so close to these huge creatures and we had been warned to always have a safety route planned. Easier said than done in huge crowds!
When you are squashed against a wall and they suddenly change the direction the elephant is going in, there is not much you can do except breathe in and hold your breath! It was really scary being so close ...
... to do a bit of yoga for the first time since arriving, it's quite hard to find casual yoga classes when we are only in the city for a few days at a time, most are courses that go for a week. In Varkala is was easy, the cliff face was lined with yoga classes. I got some kind of a bug and spent a fun night spewing my guts up, the worst thing was, those bamboo huts were really cute, but the walls were weaved flax. We could hear our ...
After spending Christmas Eve and half of Christmas Day on a 24hr bus ride, we spent the afternoon of Xmas day at the hotel watching a few movies. We went to Kollam to see the backwaters of Munroe Island. This island is a small island that has canals all through the local villages of the island. We took an early 7am rickshaw out to munroe island and was ...
We took the Local bus for a couple of hours to Allepey, where we stayed for a night to check out the gateway to the backwaters (and discovered an amazing Indian bakery!) but decided to continue on to Kollam to meet some English boys we met leaving Mumbai, gap yearers Craig, Callum and Alex, so we could share a larger houseboat.
We finally managed to find the boys and took a morning canoe trip through the narrow palm ...