Rajapark Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsRajapark Beach Resort Varkala
Nice clean hotel with a clean pool for the times you don't want climb the cliff to go to the beach. Just off the main drag of restaurants lining the top of the cliff with views of the ocean.
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... and after an hour we gave up and wasted time with several cups of tea in a cafe. Eventually it was time to say bye. I got a taxi to the airport, everything went smoothly and I had plenty of time. I was hungry and ordered chicken noodles from the only shop that was open. Unfortunately it turned out to be essentially a chicken pot noodle. I didn't even bother eating it and handed over the cash leaving me with only enough left for a tea. ...
... and Alex haven't eaten authentic Indian food once yet. A couple of the most basic and common Indian dishes we referenced elicited blank stares. They've been in India for nearly a month. The fact that Alex asks for “not spicy” every meal makes a small part of me die inside. Meanwhile the boys were immediately sceptical, and rightly so, of the overpriced and underflavoured tourist food served along the cliff. As ...
Kelsey and I landed in Kochi, India and instantly took a 6 hour bus south. This is just the first of many extended public transportation trips. The city around is scarce compared to the U.S. Roads are merely sprinkled with huge billboards that only have about 3 different advertisements. Most immediately I notice the piles of trash strewn around and the scattered cows that roam. Trash just piles around here. Either the ...
... for fine jewelry, or Kashmir scarves or rugs - the real deal). Not least importantly, it has provided us with an opportunity to meet and converse at length with a number of the merchants from Kashmir, some of whom who have now become friends whose families will be greeting us a week or so down the road, when we make our way to beautiful Kashmir.
Okay, I lied. I do have one more story I must share. Two years ago, when Stan travelled with Tanner to this very ...
... until the next trip to IKEA or when I visit the brother in Gothenburg. We are still sticking to the veggie options but pancakes and fresh fruit with museli is anything but dull for breakie. Afterwards it was time to hit the beach and let these pale, pasty freckly white bodies finally catch some rays and synthesise some vitamin D. I got burned a bit on my shoulders (my bad) and angie a little on her legs but it was to be expected in some ways as we haven't hit the ...