Oceanic Beach Residency

North Cliff, Kurakkani, Varkala, Kerala, 695141, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on North Cliff, Kurakkani, Varkala.
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Travel Blogs from Varkala

Down Time in Mararikulam

A travel blog entry by lcdp on Feb 26, 2014

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... for the results we wanderd around Allleppey checking out the shops.
By 2pm we were housed in our home for the night, and given the humidty, it meant an afternoon sleeping off the morning exertions, in the air conditioning, which came on and off depending on how much it had work! Some more adventurous souls went down to the beach to suntan (yes those intrepid English), but the ...

Letting the train take the strain...to Varkala

A travel blog entry by dow on Jan 17, 2014

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... of the for walls had dials and switches on. Two sockets, one fan switch, one fan dial and about 13 switches; for lights in the room, in the bathroom and on the verandah.. We left secret beach, but only after booking some more days in a weeks time. The tuk-tuk arrived, squeezed our rucksacks and ourselves in and off we went. Leaving Aki's house, means going along 300 meters of dirt track, winding round trees and skirting along the edge of the brackish looking ...

Living like a local - A Sony day.

A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia on Nov 10, 2013

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After a day before of beaching, reading and eating ridiculously cheap but yummy food it was time to meet my train buddy Sony. He turned up in his tuk-tuk and took me the 10 minutes to his house, a lovely villa style place which actually belongs to his wife's parents and they all live together, as is the custom in India. The garden was the best bit though: bananas, mango, papaya, cashew nuts, pineapple, coconuts, the list went on, all growing in ...

A welcomed mini-vacation

A travel blog entry by steverino on Oct 30, 2013

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... furniture and her small staff and network of friends couldn't be more helpful and gracious. After our early morning arrival and most welcomed shower she offered to take us on her morning walkabout to orient us to the area. A very pleasant walk to the "Old India" beach area and then on to the newer "tourist" or "clifftop" area filled with guesthouses, hotels, restaurants and shops. Both very interesting areas. Debra introduced us to several shopkeepers ...

Saying yes, pays off.

A travel blog entry by kat.in.a.hat on Feb 19, 2013

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... highness', he quickly became...Your Royal Hianus) asked me to stand up to guess my age.....wow.... There was lots of laughing, lots mint tea and no alcohol at all ( that's our fourth sober night in a row, this may be a new Naomi and Kat record!) Sonu asked if we wanted to see the town in the morning, as he knew someone with a car (Hianus!), we agreed to meet him at 10am. Third yes. Just before we got to meeting them, I realised I never asked if it ...