Club Mahindra Back Water Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... the lake and lazing by the pool.
5ish was time for cards on the balcony with the evening sun and a few drinks. At 7ish there was a worker on the grass, "we're knocking at the door, we have something to prepare for you". David let them in, I was wetting myself uncontrollably outside. Three men were dismantling rose petals and scattering them about the bed. I just don't get valentines day, it was ridiculous.
Ten minutes later ...
... was a pretty amazing site. One of those never to be repeated moments in life.
The music was wonderful, but deafening, the crowds were great - dancing and enjoying themselves. It was a fantastic atmosphere.
A 15 km tuk tuk ride on busy roads to go back to Kollam and then a lovely meal at a restaurant that Francis knew off.
What a day!
... the first few nights, so I hate to think what they heard. As we had a bit more time up our sleeves than we had anticipated due to our train to Varanasi (we had planned to leave the south around the 24 January) we decided to head to Madurai. It was so easy to get lazy in Varkala, our days consisted of yoga, a late breakfast, swimming at the beach, maybe a nap, then dinner and cocktails. The best! So fun, but we were ready to actually travel ...
... through the backwaters without a car horn to be heard was bliss! One of the most enjoyable things in Kollam was finding a really nice restaurant called All Spice - they had the best ice cream sundaes ever!! We went back a couple of times to this place... Mostly just for the Sundaes! Only a couple more days left in India and then off to Sri Lanka - cant ...
... and covered in woven reeds. We cruised through the open backwaters, seeing the Chinese fishing nets at work and fishermen going past balancing on their impossibly narrow rowing boats. Lucy and the boys jumped in at the first opportunity for a splash around, the boys throwing themselves in from the top deck (well, they are only 19) and all managing to sustain injury from the hull when climbing inelegantly back in. We were going ...