Blue Water Beach Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... the light out, as soon as we got our books out. We tried to sleep sitting up for a while, but eventually came to the conclusion we would have to put the beds out. Ew. It ended up being okay to sleep on, I got into my sleeping bag liner, and wrapped my important bag around my arm using it as a pillow. The sleep was very unsettled but not as bad as I expected. I was awoken at one point with the rain pouring in on my head, I quickly shut the window and fell back ...
... if in only one aspect.
Southern India was a bustling place in April, as all ships from the East were returning with the monsoon winds. Incredible fleets of hundreds of ships were docked across every port we saw, and everyone was full of so much purpose. It renewed my men of our purpose in a way. We collected our treasures and two weeks had never blown by faster. ...
... hours of sticking my head under the pillow I venture outside with a sense of caution that soon subsides into the excited yet nervous persona of rugby player in the World Cup final - the desired result is challenging but not impossible. As I front up to each piece of resistance the journey gets that little bit easier. There are a few emotional boomerangs that wing there way around in circles straight back at me. And despite that part of me that wants to return home to a very familiar man-cave ...
Friday 6th February and myself and Lauren leave early and travel by train to Kollam, then take the backwaters boat trip towards Amma's ashram some 3.5 hours away... The boat ride scenery was beautiful, but as it was the public ferry we only took the main waterways, it may be that there are some smaller more intimate routes but I didn't see any so it seemed the same as taking a private boat but much cheaper, it was only £1.40.... Got some nice photos and some of ...
After the overnight stay on the houseboat, we caught a local ferry to Kollam, an 8 hour journey along the backwaters. It cost us Rs 300 each, which was so cheap,having just spent Rs6000 for 1 night on a house boat. The ferry stopped along the way for a veg. Thali lunch, and then for afternoon tea at another wharf. Having done this trip, we would not have spent the night on the houseboat, as I said it is over rated. Anyway been there done that. We ...