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- Free parking
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... when watching people catch fish without a rod. Some are using a simple line, we saw one man successfully catch a fish with a crossbow, we even heard of a man who catches fish using nothing more than a cooking pot with a slashed fabric cover filled with bait. Whilst this may look enchanting, the reality is that my food was being prepared for me, it is a lot less time consuming to go to the supermarket, and the thought of a predominantly river fish diet ...
... maybe break a few along the way) and
I will most likely end up eating my words at some point and saying how fabulous
and life changing it was, ha ha!!
Before we left Goa we spent our last few days just chilling
on the beach, chatting to the local boys in the bar, enjoying some tasty food
and the lazy lazy life we’ve become so accustomed to. Scooters took us from
beach to beach and we swam in waves and floated on calm waters. Lanterns were
set off ...
... a cruise through the tropical lushness.
I joined a small group with 2 guides and we set out in a couple of canoes for a day's punting around the rivers and inlets, stopping here and there for something to eat, visiting remote temples, cracking coconuts, checking out rice paddies, and ...
... to be from Tibet and even restaurants are rich in they're cuisine. Kollam is only 60km north of Varkala and one of the best spots to hire an overnight houseboat to cruise the massive 900km network of backwater passageways in Kerala. Our aspirations were to jump on here and travel north and get off at Alleppey. With it weighing up to be only slightly more to get a taxi for the trip than train, the choice was clear. The final destination did change quite a bit, our ...
... definitely were. These aren't massage tables, are they? They looked more like medieval torture machines. There were two handles, presumably one for each hand at the table end facing us. But how was the hand placed there? Does the client, or victim, grip it to take their mind off the pain of some strange eastern massage practices? Or, are the hands tied down to prevent squirming or an escape from the dungeon, err I mean spa. We're at a spa... We're going to be okay, right Eric? ...