Hotel Ruby Arena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... and we are expected to relax and meditate ..... I don't think so !!! Bit of karma yoga today ...we formed a human chain and moved fire wood from down in the valley up to the ashram ...it worked really well ...good when you have about 60-70 in ya chain Chris left tonight ...so I'm the last of the tasters besides staff left here now These pics are all in the Siva hall ...all hand ...
... and says Amma is leaving stage now and passing this way... So I'm thinking, well thanks for telling us, and get back to the menu but then she pushing ku ushers us through a gate at the side like some own out of the secret service, then suddenly Amma and entourage appear an walk past with a late group of devotees reaching out to try touch her and most almost in tears or looking like they've just witnessed a miracle being so close to us, again a 50:50 ...
... the average apartment costs about 30,000 euro and the salary ranges from 100 to 300 euro per month- The marriage of Indians is decided by parents who often consult children and try to please them in their choices- Marriage can cost a lot of moneyand take several days but usually a single day during which lunch and dinneris paid by the bride and by the groom and can have more than 2000guests at a cost of approximately 5000 Euros per ...
... you look! Although we should note that the government has pledged to clean up India by 2019, so we hope this will improve! Luckily India is so captivating that majority of the time it was possible to put the bad habits aside and focus on what really mattered: the experience! To counteract the bad, we found most of the locals we came across very friendly and more than happy to help us out. When we asked someone a question such as "which platform is this ...
... highlights here for me is the Indian coffee house. A red brick tower that looks like a cross between a lighthouse and a pigeon coop with an atmospheric spiraling interior lined with concrete benches and 30 tables and is totally awesome! You have to admire the waiters who work hard keep going up and down here with food, drink and empties stacked high. It is a place stuck in time and the waiters still wear starched white uniforms with peacock style head dresses. The cool thing is ...