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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... VERY persistent hawkers at the beaches; if you don’t want to buy anything you have to be VERY firm ( yet polite) with them, otherwise they will not budge! Equally, if you are rude they will harass you by sending a lot many more of their ’friends’! Unique Suggestions Be polite yet FIRM, if you don’t want to buy anything. Fun Alternatives No alternatives; this is the way there, just sit back & go with the ...
... upon choosing our purchases we stuck with medicinal spices and those for fragrance. Our memories of the cooked spices would have to suffice, as my motley crew was very unlikely to know what to do with cooking spice should we purchase any. We imagined greeting guests in our homes, and having them confused and delighted at the scent. It'd be quite a way to make a house into ...
... 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 ...
... we had been given a map covering all of Trivandrum by the very helpful guy at the tourist office (opposite the zoo complex) and we had directions to the Homestay on a card in the local language. The first full day (Sunday) we got quite excited and did the zoo area (which has the Napier museum in a superb building, a small art exhib in another building, and the zoo of course), then the Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple and the Puthe Maliga Palace at the other end ...
... the end of our trip.
We hadn’t actually planned to stay for 16 days in Varkala, each day seemed to blend into the next, but as we still hadn’t really planned much ahead much we were relaxed and enjoying ourselves one blissful day to the next. At the end of it though the beach bubble did start to deflate a bit and we were ready to go back to colourful chaotic and culturally rich “proper” India and so booked our tickets to Trivandrum, Kerala’s big city ...