Lighthouse Cape Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Kovalam
... Once on the train we hunted down some seats in the 2 tier a/c section and paid the ticket man to upgrade with no hassle. We spent the journey with a lady from Newcastle. She had been to India several times and always seems to raise money for some school or hospital each time. She was a really lovely lady, a retired social worker with a great sense of humour who travelled without her husband, preferring to leave him at home, but resenting him for not doing the same and ...
... auch wenn das sicher nicht für alle Urlauber gilt.
Wir schauen uns nach einer Unterkunft um, die möglichst weit ab ist vom Zentrum der Touristenblase. Zimmerpreise sind hier grundsätzlich frei verhandelbar und fallen, je länger der Buchungszeitraum ist. Ein kleiner Bambusbungalow am Ende einer Sackgasse weckt mein Interesse. Wir handeln den Preis erfolgreich auf die Hälfte herunter, checken ein und fahren 3 Gänge herunter. Im Garten sind zwischen ...
... 7 to 14 to 28 or more days. That will be more than enough for now.
I say goodbye to Mr. Prakash – it was almost as if he was afraid to leave me. He and the man in charge both said that I should not go to the local beach after dark. And that I should get back by 5:00 p.m. The main tourist beach is about 7 km away. I have no interest in going to that. I don’t know that I will go to this local one, either. We will see. ...
... time we thought let’s
see what happens and they didn't even check our bag! They seemed to
be more worried about whether people had camera tickets or not (In
India if you have a camera you have to purchase a separate ticket for
it. Not really sure on the logic but same applies with video
cameras). The zoo turned out to be quite a nice one with large well
kept enclosures that seemed to be sponsored or at least had some
involvement by WWF. Only ...