The Residency Tower
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... Desirous cabbage salad in the gardens which is so good to sit enjoy the flavors Dinner is a tomato soup ...and no nothing like a trashy can of Heinz Tom soup ...yummy fresh organic tomatoes and zucchini and a few other mystery veggies ... Oh and I've also noticed this morning that I'm the oldest yogi in the class ...at least by ten years sshhhiitt I must be getting old ....Anyway feelin pretty damn good !! Tonight we are spoilt with a visiting dance company doing a performance ...
... names with meanings like 'the all knowing one', 'natural inner beauty' etc etc I was tempted to ask for one but it didn't happen, just out of curiosity as to what I would have got! ... I was curious if I'd asked if the guru would have sensed my negativity of the place and my name would have been something like 'non believer - the one who is too negative in his ways to make it here...' Maybe I'll get one and find out another time.... So on the penultimate night at satsang ...
... each person in the group their name and country. When she got to us and we said South Africa her little brow furrowed and she contemplated us with a look of slight confusion. We thought we knew what was coming, and sure enough she asked us in a perfectly innocent little voice why we were white if we were from South Africa. The canoe tour was a relaxing (if not a little squished in the tiny boat) affair. We were taken down the narrow passages of the backwaters and given ...
... Babu, Pascal, Christophe, and the long haired dude who's name we forgot. The band were distinctly average but the company was so good that we didn't even notice. The next morning we had arranged to have a farewell breakfast with Pascal and Christophe, and even though they showed up nearly an hour late (those pesky French!) we still managed to have a nice little send off. We had another thoroughly lazy day before getting an evening train over to Kovalam, a little ...
... seat to the ladies heavy laden with shopping produce. The men here do not get up. At one point I offered my seat to an older woman whose husband furrowed his brow at this and gestured to me that I should sit. When the person next to me departed the bus, I shuffled in to make room for her to sit down to which the husband then took that as a signal that he should sit and she continued standing until their stop. ...