ATS Willingdon Hotel
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... we were given ginger tea to sip as we walked around. This was served to us by young ladies dressed in colourful local dress.
After a good look around we were driven to board small boats that would take us on a gentle trip around the bay. This gave us lots of photo opportunities as we avoided the numerous small fishing boats that were everywhere.
All in all a brilliant day in India. One that Sue and I will remember for a long time.
Sue and ...
... and we spend a good day perusing the modern art. The kids really enjoyed themselves and it was unlike anything we have done recently so it made for a stimulating day. In the evening we go down to the refuse strewn beach to watch the sunset and talk with families eager to practice their English and have a photo taken with us.
After three nights we head off to Varkala via Kollum on the splendidly wide-gauge train. The journey to the station is two tuk ...
... of sights or things to do, though we wandered to the east side of the peninsula, to an area settled by the Jewish in 16th century. In true honest style, the town was actually called 'Jew Town'! Save for a few Stars of David on some buildings, it is now given over to spice merchants selling their wares and antiques places. We did meet one guy who ran an embroidery shop. Apparently the intricately sewn tablecloths and napkins are ...
... 1 we were able to take some fresh king prawns which we had bought at the Chinese Fishing nets! and some bhindi! and the chef cooked us a delicious dinner. We had to have it by candlelight , although we would really have loved to have the fan on, as it was hot and we were outside, so no a/c. I have been craving red wine, so 1 afternoon, I bought a half bottle of cab Shiraz, which was ok. Mark has been having a large bottle or 2 of beer every day. We had a ...
... minutes white as ghosts, hysterical in laughter and COVERED in oil. You fill in the blanks.
Our cooking course with Maria (situated next door to our Homestay) was fantastic. We made chicken masala, coconut milk pumpkin, spicy tomato chick peas and mint and coriander chutney. It was great to finally understand what goes into a masala spice mix (well, obviously every home has their "secret"method, but the overall idea), the basics of Indian cooking spices, balancing ...