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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We were up at 6.45am this morning - nice weather!! Unfortunately the ground was a bit wet and slippery to go for a walk, so we went off to explore in a canoe instead. We made our way slowly down the main waterway. It was wide, the odd houseboat passing by, louder boats carrying rocks, locals in their small canoes. We passed locals at the tea shop drinking chai. Women out washing clothes. Children on bikes. Men having a bath. People going about their water-based lives. As we ...
... upon choosing our purchases we stuck with medicinal spices and those for fragrance. Our memories of the cooked spices would have to suffice, as my motley crew was very unlikely to know what to do with cooking spice should we purchase any. We imagined greeting guests in our homes, and having them confused and delighted at the scent. It'd be quite a way to make a house into ...
... boating and walked passed the badminton court and sunset cafe. David stuck his tongue out, "we're going to have a really good time". Our villa for the three and half nights had a living room with table and sofa area then large double room and ensuite. We had two balconies with a lake view. I peered through the window but couldn't see much. I hoped the dense bush in front of our villa wouldn't block our view. I'll be eager to draw the curtains in the ...
... for less than three nights. With hindsight it might have been better to go to Varkala beech for three nights and then two nights here. What is strange is staying in this not very pleasant, quite noisy and hot town but in a very very nice hotel which is cheap and has excellent food. This is just as well as we have yet to see anywhere else we could contemplate eating! After showering and eating a delightful thali we set off to ...
While at the surf shop I noticed a posting for a daytrip the following day to a temple festival somewhere in the countryside near Varkala. The surf shop dudes highly recommended going, so I planned for it. The temple procession was very entertaining and one of my favorite experiences in India. I've dedicated the blog entry that follows this one to ...