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Checkout was at 10am so 15mins of exercise (double circuit) and a quick dash to pickup laundry and we were out for the day, leaving our main bags at reception. We had to wait until 9:30pm to get the overnight sleeper bus to the ancient temple town that I now know is called Hampi (not Humpey). In the ours in between we went to the beach until 12:30pm, until our stomachs growled, then to Zest health cafe. I got a banana ...
... I apologized to the guys that were in the two beds next to us and they said I was okay. I told them they could tell me to be quiet at any time. They were just a little bit older than us and really nice and helpful.
A little into the ride Katie and I began to talk to them and bonded over the American music they were playing. We found out that one of the guys works in Texas and another in Canada, and all three were from Hyderabad. We talked to them about many things. ...
Our pals Ami and Ryan arrived this morning so we all went for some breakfast and then booked our Christmas dinner for tomorrow. We spent a few hours on the beach, the boys brought a cricket bat and gathered up some of the locals whilst Ami and I relaxed on our rings in the sea with a vodka. We went for a lovely meal in the evening where we had the best ...
... year old from England, Marlene, a 27 year old Dutch yoga instructor, and Nate, a 21 year old Canadian who redefined the world poofter. They were genuinely really nice and had stuck together after finishing each other whilst all travelling solo. We were then a group of 7 that headed into the 24/7 beach bar to meet another English girl and a few Israeli travellers. It seemed like everyone was quite cool, even ...
... for a cabin to ourselves, though that seems unlikely. We can't wait for what Kerala has to offer - and even another mammoth train journey (15 hours) doesn't colour the excitement of what is in store.
Patnem has been good to us - tranquil, quiet, peaceful, an effective place to re-charge the batteries. We are now ready for the second half of our Indian trip...
We wish everybody well - and thinking of you.
Martin & Lyndsey