Watch an evening go by Kovalam Beach!


On #WorldTourism day, sharing how an evening spent at the lighthouse and the Kovalam Beach in Trivandrum (Tiruvanthpuram) can leave an indelible mark on your heart.

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 Lighthouses are love.

Showing us a life less ordinary.

A life above the mundane.

The one above the rising tide, 

the beaten stones, 

the one away from turmoils.

Lighthouses are love.

Wiser, older, deep prespectives.

The narrow spiral stairs, that,

only bravehearts can concur .

But once up there, 

they hand you over the keys, 

to the abundance of skies 

and power of winds.

Copyright Image @ImaGeees

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Stoic Lighthouse, anchoring the ships, for a century & still standing upright! Copyright@ImaGeees
 

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13 thoughts on “Watch an evening go by Kovalam Beach!

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  1. Oh that pic of the staircase is just stunning. I loved the pics of the beach with the lighthouse in the background- so idyllic this all seems!!! I am markiing it as a must visit now – thanks for sharing!

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    1. So lovely. Thank you for sharing your memory, Nayantara. I live in a metro & the luxury of being close to a beach or lighthouse is only during holidays. Can’t explain how much I cherish those moments.

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