Deshadan Cliff & Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... only recently getting some attention. So we decided to spend a week in Varkala, right down near the southern tip of India. We lucked out big time with our Guesthouse, MK Gardens, run by the effervescent host Ruth from Bristol. Together with her largely Brit guests we became a sort of big family for the week, eating out together, surfing together, hanging out and chatting. It was wonderful. ...
... main event, the Keralan mixed veg curry. And what makes a curry Keralan? Coconut milk! From a whole ******* coconut! But they have tools here specifically designed to open and grate coconuts. We forced the husk off with something that wouldn't look out of place in a medieval torture chamber, Khan split the nut in half an we drank the water. God, I need more of that in my life. They have these spiky grater ...
Varkala, a calm and quiet hamlet, lies on the outskirts of Thiruvananthapuram district. It has several places of tourist interests like a beautiful beach, a 2000-year-old Vishnu Temple and the Ashramam - Sivagiri Mutt a little distance from the beach. The Papanasam beach (also called as Varkala beach), which is ten kilometers away from Varkala, is renowned for the natural spring. It is considered to have medicinal and curative properties. ...
I feel like everything has slowed right the **** down since I got to Kerala. Everything. My natural walking pace has gone from "relaxed amble" to "practically backwards" and my food consumption speed has had to be re-designated "acceptable rate of shovelling," two notches down from the previous "rapid inhalation." The locals are so friendly and chilled out and ...
... their playground and listen to the local songs they spin from the tapestry of their lives. The teachers look on, grinning widely at an event that’s the first of its kind for their school. With a flower garland around my neck, a tiny fist in my hand, and a shower of praise and appreciation in my heart; I find it hard to break away. This is where I want to be. This is what I want to do. There is so much potential here, so much to give to and learn from. I see that my ...