The Quilon Beach Hotel & Convention Centre
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... and puts them in a plastic bag and takes them home or to their restaurant.
Next we went to a local market that sells food and household products.There are stalls that only sell onions, or tomatoes or bananas, or
I dapples, or chillies and that is all.
There are a nice group of people staying here and we had a good evening eating our dinner, drinking and chatting to two young English doctors and a hippie type guy from Liverpool.
... a while and treated ourselves to an icecream whilst being harassed by a man playing a violin.....badly. Still taking advantage of being on the coast we had some juicy prawns for dinner and wandered back.
Our luck ran out with the weather and we awoke to pouring rain. Waterproofs on, we started walking to the tourist office for our boat trip. After a few minutes with no drainage systems in place, the roads became rivers and I had ...
Liam: We continued our trend of hunting down hotels with no prior booking and managed to negotiate a great price at Varkala Villas at the southern end of the cliffs. Varkala town itself is located further inland but the main touristy areas congregate along a 5km stretch along the cliff edges above an awesome white sand beach. The southern end of this is less touristed and a bit more remote; a perfect place to chill out for 4 days before flying to Kolkata. The first day ...
... went back to the safe and great Raviz for lunch. My research gave me Thushara a restaurant nearby. It had clean quality food that tasted good. It is not a posh place but what matters is the food.
Thushara Restaurant - Not a posh place, but quality food that is tasty and enjoyable.
... rickshaw stopped and asked us if we wanted a lift, we got it for 220! Boom. To the train station. Luckily for us, Indian trains are very clearly signposted and its near on impossible to get on the wrong train....oh no wait, we spent one very confusing hour trying to figure out which train was ours, asked a couple of people, but still weren't sure.... If in doubt, ask a couple of nuns.... They can't lie. Listening to them we waited for the next train ...