The Quilon Beach Hotel & Convention Centre
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
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... a movie but the socket for his headphones jammed so this was not possible. The scenery out of the window was nice, lots of greenery, rivers and basic little villages. Afternoon snacks were brought were samosa, sandwich, very sweet balls and tea/coffee. After dinner we played cards with our 'roomie' Akil, he was a nurse from Delhi travelling home to see his family. While shuffling cards he did it sideways like Ravi and dealt the wrong way like ...
Beautiful day spent on the ferry between Kollam and Alleppey, from 8.30 am to 6.30 pmBucolic scenes along the 130 km of canals, lakes and waterways.We were about 50 people, half 'Indians, half foreign tourists among whom I met Cooper a Californian who lives in New Zealand, an Austrian from Voralberg, an Ecuadorean, Clara from Quito and especially Gabriela, a nice Mexican from Guadalajara that deals homeopathic ...
... dosai and oothapam next door.
After packing up and dodging tip demanding “cleaning” staff (they never once went into our room) we walked to the bus stop. Some confusion later placed us on a bus back to Nagercoil. Here we transferred to a bus bound for Trivandrum. Here we transferred to a bus bound for Varkala. Each step was reasonably simple, but we still ended up wishing we had taken the train. It would have been cheaper, faster and less ...
... what is on offer for the following nights - and try to haggle for better rates. This worked here too, and we got the Green Palace A/C room, with balcony facing our to sea, for Rs 2,000 for the next night - or about 20 pounds.
We found that Varkala is not much but some magnifcent cliffs, a pleasant beach and a single footpath along the tops of the cliffs, along which there are numerous restaurants, cafes, shops, guesthouses, beach hut ...
... at the tourist office about the boat trip, but the boats used for the trip are open-top and we didn't fancy being rained on all day.
We did stop off at a local chai shop (Mr H looks miserable in the photos because we had gotten drenched on the way to the tourist office), although there was something rather sweet about the fact that the cups had Christmas ...