The Leela Kovalam Beach
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Leela Kovalam Beach
The Leela hotel room is where we started a 5 hour drive to The Trident hotel. the Leela is very nice and provides great service. They really care about us. The hotel rooms are GREAT! The beaches are very nice and the pool is VERY nice. The only downfalls are that there is a road that separates the rooms and the hotel. The other downfall is that there are A LOT of salespeople. Not a great hotel if you are gullible.
Otherwise, the hotel is great.
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... in society. He died recently.. I am left amazed.
As far as I am concerned,I will be leavind Trivandrum tomorrow morning by train to visit another sister Church, the Syro Malabar Church. I still need some adjustment to India but this time, it is made with confidence and serenity, surrouded by friends.
I wish to welcome. To this blog: Azeed Ramp of the Maldives, Mar Ignathios, Fr. Matthew and Fr. Anoop, all from Trivandrum. Thanks all for your great hospitality.
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