Karikkathi Beach House
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I was offered a room; I wasn’t going to move here, but hey, may as well see what they are offering
They showed me a room with a bed, A/C, a shower and the view of someone else’s roof, I could have this for the princely sum of 25 quid a night, not bad, but a lot more than I was paying back at silver sands, so I said ‘thanks, but no thanks’
The price suddenly dropped to 20 quid, then 15 quid, I still said ‘No’ ...
... it was for and Sister and another teacher started to laugh and explained that we would be reading it for the Anniversary night. Indians sometimes expect you to read their mind which can lead to interesting situations. We agreed, as we could see how important this night was for their school.
The day of the performance the entire school had transformed with décor and speakers blasting traditional Keralan music you could hear into the next village. ...
... of the cliff trying not to miss too much of tanning time, back to the beach to play frisby or catch while the sun set. Off back to the hotel for a shower then back on the cliff again for dinner choosing your fish, shark, prawns or crabs from outside the restaurant, then drinks after dinner with friends. The second night we met some English guys had dinner and a few drinks which turned in to us walking right to the other end of the cliff to find the only ...
... and forth over the body. It seemed more about energy manifesting, moving about, cleansing than muscle pounding.
Today's my last day here in Varkala, and then I will head into the mountains of Munnar and get some cooler air, and visit tea plantations before I head to temple towns. ...
... Strandurlauber wollen nur möglichst ungestört in ihrer Paradiesblase verweilen.
Wenn ich kein Interesse am Austausch mit den Bewohnern des Landes habe, in das ich reise, dann degradiere ich sie zu meinen Dienern. Seit der Zeit der Kolonialisierung teilen wir in dieser Beziehung eine lange, leidvolle Geschichte mit den Bewohnern Indiens und zahlloser anderer armer Länder. Manchmal denke ich, dass die Tourismusindustrie Züge einer Fortsetzung der ...