Rajapark Beach Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- 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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... on January 21, I have my flight to Orissa and where I will spend' the second part of my vacation in India before Calcutta and Kuala Lumpur for my vacation of a month in Malesia and finally another month in Thailand.Yesterday I discovered an interesting temple near my hotel and then a store where I purchased Ayurvedic medicines against stress and perfumed soaps. I took one sandal soap that makes me feel fresh and cool after shower.Here are several Italian, but I ...
... with you haha. After this we did not see anymore dolphins but our guide took us to see the fishing boats which was nice and we watched the eagles try to steal their catch then steal it off eachother after they had. He also took us to a nice place to swim where you can snorkel but not see much and we jumped off the boat and generally had a good time. Once back on dry land me and Kirsty decided to sit at the hotel and make a plan ...
... Saj's boat did have its own charm to it though and the 2 Indian staff on board were great. Our day was spent cruising round the rivers and lakes in some very unseasonal bright sunshine. Waving at the other houseboats and locals on the riverside as we sailed through the villages. We stopped off to buy some king prawns en route which were by far the biggest prawns we have ever seen, they were practically lobsters. The chef cooked an amazing meal for us both at lunch and in ...
Then there was silence. Emptiness. I was left to stew with the emotions which had just come forth from within me. I waited, expecting nothing, allowing my thoughts to reflect the void which was now present before me. Slowly a form came into shape, a single face. My face. The final stage of love, of trust, of appreciation and memory and agony was at hand. Could I love this face? Could I accept God if he came to me in this form?
... to do, I managed to get away from them all and just walked on, it’s a nice walk, sea on my left, hotels/hostels on my right, there were the usual fisher men, bringing in the nets and sorting out their boats, I just got the usual wave off them, there is a shrimp farm along here, all very sterile and they don’t like visitors, but I chatted to the bloke, but wouldn’t let me take any photos, the tiger prawns are supposed to ...