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The place is tucked away from the main road, and you are taken down a maze of back alleys to his hotel. There is a pool which is clean and well hidden from any prying eyes and the non ad rooms have strong fans and nice balconies. For 600 rupees a night you can't go wrong
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With a little more awareness of the Indian way of travel after a day and night in Mumbai we headed in search of a local bus feeling a little nervous. However, it was a much more relaxed entry into the town the bus stop was relatively quick to find. We hopped on our first local southern Indian bus - the windows were all completely open which was a …
... some chickens who were being fattened up for the kill. Huge fire pit as well where Halal Chickens were being cooked. Maybe you're on to something with the vegetarian business. Other than the market and a Syrian Christian Church, really not much to see/do in downtown Trivandrum. We stopped in the church and saw some interesting architecture and sculptures. Maya scolded us for "talking too much in ...
... Kovalam Beach, the second seaside resort of India after Goa. There are four beaches, with rough and dangerous wawes, a nice tall lighthouse with an amazing view of the region and many hotels, bars, restaurants and ayurvedic spa.
I chose a simple hotel with a large swimming pool and near the Lighthouse beach.
I have decided to try the ayurvedic detox treatment that will last two weeks and includes for ...
... from the hectic pace of Tamil Nadu.
Ayurvedic Rant: The only downside to this town is the prevalence of ********. Our fellow guests spout incoherent nonsense as if it is deep insight. The main available activities, yoga and Ayurvedic healing, are steeped in faked mysticism. It's superficial and grates on my nerves as I walk past the literally hundreds of signs and posters advertising this parasitic ****. To be fair: yoga minus the mysticism ...
... on steroids. Tastes a bit like a pineapple crossed with a potato. The locals use it in their cooking. Most houses here will have goats, cows and chickens free roaming in their front yard. The language barrier has been just as difficult as it is for some of you to read these entries (mainly those Yankee Doodles). Apparently, it's just as hard to understand me in person. Australian accents must not travel to this corner of the world very often because no one seems ...