Club Mahindra Ashtamudi
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... him in action brought back happy memories. Akil would make the journey on the train about twice a year to see his family, the total journey for him would be 43 hours! On this occasion he was going to the last stop, Trivandrum, but he would be stopping briefly at Kollam (the same as us) to give his luggage to his family. Akil lived near Kollam, but was first going to visit friends far south, before returning to his family. We all hit the sack at ...
... at the Greek island of Alonissos.We had two stops for lunch and snack and then arrived at our destination Aleppuzha where I accepted the proposal of an Indian with his rick-shaw,who led me in a nice hotel in a great garden and costs only € 8:50 per night.At the restaurant I ordered fish with garlic and lemon and they brought me a Chinese sweet and sour fish. I ate that crape but it is the last time I do it, ...
... lunch somewhere then staggered home hot and bothered by about 3pm then fell in the pool. We were the only people using the pool most of the time, and it was immaculately maintained by the pool natzi (who made us shower before entering the pool) . Then we'd have a cuppa, a bit later happy hour. I finally found a fairly decent bottle of red wine, and Mark of-course had beer. Funnily a when Mark went to replenish our grog supplies, the red wine, and beer had ...
... out with a guy we met in Cochin (playing uno), his mate, another Afro dude, two girls & a nice couple from Hackney. We ended up busting shapes on a dance floor (pretending to screw a lightbulb) & I managed to take over the tunes and play 'church in the wild' by Kanye & jay-z ha! It was great fun. BUT I don't often see mark with a bad hangover and he's definitely got 1 today. 'Ooooo la laaa' They all wrap beer up in newspaper and sneek it In to mugs or ...
... or find food and there was absolutely no where to walk to!! We spent the day reading and relaxing and by the time 8pm came, we were well ready to hit the hay! The next morning, the travel race was once again on as we went to the bus stop to catch the early bus out of Alleppey to a place called Varkala, another beach town! In our guide book it mentioned that Varkala was a small, sleepy beach town not yet overrun with tourists....but by the time the next bus came, 1 ...