Club Mahindra Ashtamudi
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... here was very odd, decorated in a jungle/midsummer night's dream theme, with a small footbridge on entry (and then a painting of the same on the wall) - which you can see from the photos.
We had planned to do another boat trip from here, to Munroe Island, but the weather turned and we had torrential rain for our 2 days here. We did venture out on 13 November to ...
... to watch us over her shoulder and huge breasts as we passed her by. Pulling into the jetty at Kollam, we reflected on our favourite journey in India by some distance. 'Tiny' Kollam (it's got 380,000 people, Lonely Planet!) was supposed to be a brief evening stopover, barely worthy of a mention in this blog, and certainly not deserving of a blog of its own. But the rickshaw driver who picked us up and took us to the forgettable Hotel Karuna near the train station ...
... were forever ducking in Goa as firecrackers soared along the beach after falling over. Here they could release them over the cliff, which was a little better, but we were still nearly deafened by 100's of fireworks all going off at once. We headed home after that - Indian men were funny when drunk, but there were only so many times we wanted to shake peoples' hands and scream "Happy New Year!" the hangover free 1st Jan was an added bonus ...
... to meet a couple on the way down that were going, they weren't keen to speak to us but we didn't give them any choice and found the place. The party was in full swing complete with camp fire which we were busting some pretty cool moves around i can tell you. I'm not sure how but we started talking to a Canadian guy who was making a film about traveling round the world, but trying to do it by negotiating passage to places on for ...
... and fishing boats and cows along the way. The waves in the sea are rather rough, but the water - particularly in light of the oppressive heat – is invigorating. We stay for awhile then stop to have a fruit drink and watch the sunset. It is one of the best I have seen since embarking on this journey. Of course I don’t have my camera. The sun turns a deep orange over the water, turning the water into what ...