The Muthoot Plaza
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... and he took us to the cliffs, and helped us find accommodation. It was pretty rainy. We settled into our room and then set off exploring when the rain passed. We were starving, so found somewhere to eat. I chose a curry, and asked for it extra spicy. When it came it was delicious, but not at all spicy! How disappointing. We continued exploring the shops on the cliff when the rain came back in. We hid in our ...
... and whilst asking you to keep an open mind, they seem to think anything contrary to their belief is a mistake. Many of us had difficulties adapting to some of the Swarmis' approaches and teachings. Personally, I found it very challenging to come to terms with the fact that somebody preaching peace and love could make me feel so angry. I don’t often use the word ‘ironic’ but it seems perfectly at home in this paragraph. My main concern was about the effect they ...
... possessed me to visit a zoo on a Saturday. The place was packed with kids and their parents, most of whom had more of an interest in openly gawping at me than the animals. I pretty much made my way slowly around the open enclosures, trying to ignore the hundreds of eyes boring into my head. I definitely felt like one of the exhibits that day.
... 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 ...
So we headed South to Varkala and needed to take two trains. Buying our tickets was really easy and we lined up on the platform next to a first class sign because it was less crowded. The train arrived and it suddenly became a free-for-all. Not realising how long the train was, we joined the hustle and bustle and legged it but with rucksacks we were no match for the savvy locals. The carriages go first class, 2 AC (air-con), 3 AC, sleeper and then general class. ...