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 ...
... 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. ...
I expected to spend my time in Varkala in beach-oriented activities like surfing lessons. However, at the surf shop I noticed a flyer posted for a local temple festival and asked the surf instructors about it. They highly recommended going. The minibus left from a hotel near the beach for a drive somewhere to the southeast of ...
... super tasty food (that was my biggest surprise of all), I met six amazing people that I was having fun with and enjoyed their company, they had the most amazing fruit juices I've ever tasted at The Hut, I could walk barefoot for 12 days straight and sit on the floor all the time, I could swim in the lake or go for a walk on my time off, they had meditation nights /mornings at the lake which were surreal and magical, but most of all just because of a truly happy ...
... followed by a very steep climb of no less than one hundred and five steps to the top of the cliff wall, each of us carrying our full load of baggage, or about forty pounds per person. And all of this in plus 38 degree temps. What fun! But we survived, and one look at the magnificent splendour that is Varkala Beach made it all worthwhile.
We have been here almost a week now, and will be on the road again tomorrow to Allepey, from where we will be exploring ...