Vijay Varma Beach Resort
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... and dragging it back to our guest house to be refrigerated. And it enabled us to store food in there too which was a help.
We climbed the lighthouse one evening and were greated with idillic views of the beaches below. In the evening, I munched on steak and Hannah fish as had become standard, and in the evening we had a good old boogie on our balcony.
After a few days of chilling we moved our way on to the tip of the bottom of ...
... map didn't look too far, but in reality was about 4km up to the Zoological gardens. It cost us a total of 90 rupees to get in, 20 entry, and 50 for the entry of the camera. There was a few animals, including monkeys, hippos, buffaloes, tigers and some very sad looking lions. Out of all the animals, it seemed Fiona and I were the main attraction, many people were taking photos of is thinking we couldn't see, some would ask us what our names were. After the zoo ...
... the Army or the National Service. Tahir had recently finished her service, and was looking to see the world beyond Israel. She knew very little English, had never left Israel, and could NOT understand the Indian accent. But, decided to come to India, alone! What a brave girl. We spent about two days together exploring Southern India on motorbikes. She told me many stories, in broken English, about life in Israel and about living as a Jewish person. ...
So I worked. I mentored mentally disabled children and bussed tables at a decently upscale bar. I shaved away at my social circle, discarding the expansions I had made in pursuit of affirmation in order to find a more whole sense of closeness. I will forever be indebted to my friend Evan and the talks we had during those times. It was then in the silence that they returned me to a place of honesty and humility. We journeyed through the dark together, ...
... to let a challenge go by I got stuck in AGAIN
I have no need to repeat the description again, but if you can image, a furnace being lit in your mouth and it burning its way to your stomach, you will have some idea of what it was like
I ate the lot, roti bread, rice and left a clean bowl,
I was asked if I wanted more, I had to say no, I couldn’t go through that again, I said I was full and that one bowl was enough for me