The Muthoot Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... first place I've stayed in for more than 3 nights, oh and I've decided to stay my last days here to keep up the rhythm of good eating and yoga We get back and its spot on 6 ...so it's a mad dash for shower and get spiffied up for our SPECIAL final group dinner ..... REAL FOOD that is And it certainly was ...rice, samba,Dahl, and some other coconut and bean dish, but fab Indian flavors ....DELISH Loads of excitement at the table as everyone feeds their face ....then it's time for ...
... with a 15 minute meditation, lights go off and we start... All ok there.... Then it's a bit of chatting about any issues and then comes a payer... Some Sanskrit Hindu prayer which is probably thanking the gods and all things bliss and happy and at the end thanks to the guru founders of the ashram... Not so bad, a little long and boring but ok... Then it's chanting time using the chanting books laid out and I notice the leaders and some people in the crowd pull out ...
... after sending me many hot SMS. I must have disappointed her for some reasons I do not understand but actually she is a little weird and turns into another person if she drinks alcohol and told something irritaiting to her friend Nadia who went out of the restaurant angry for those Russian words that I did not understand. Fortunately Tatiana followed her to apologize but the relationship after that became a little bit ...
... from a famous play in this 400 year old art form. We decided to take a tour of kochi with a rickshaw driver caller 'Hari' who we met after arriving in Kochi. We decided to forgo any visits to temples, churches or palaces in favour of seeing how the locals lived (we have seen more than our fair share of historical buildings thus far). We were shown a hand laundry where all the local businesses such as hotels and restaurants sent their laundry to be done. The laundry was ...
... and fried bananas (another Kerala delicacy). After our snack they showed us to the orphanage that was located a 5 minute walk away. To give you some background, there are 25 boys staying at this place and they range between 9 and 18 years old. Most of these kids are so called "semi- orphans" which means that they have one parent alive but this parent can't/aren't allowed to take care of the child. On the other side of the building where the boys lived there was an elderly ...