Deshadan Cliff & Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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I really can't believe how different the south is! Varkala is a bit of a surfer/hippy resort with a nice beach. There are lots of juice shacks and yoga classes here so I think Marta Z and Lukas would like it! :) It's a nice place to visit for a couple of days if you fancy a ...
... of giving your time. These kids have a nice place to stay, great and plenty of food and a school to go to, but what they said they appreciated most was us playing with them, making posters with their pictures to hang in the dining hall (one of our little projects we did while there) and generally helping out around the place. They said that they liked that we stayed around and "were there with them". We had time to see them. And I am sure glad for our sake that they let us ...
... it. Today has been the first over cast day and it even started raining in the afternoon. We ate at a restaurant recommended by the Canadian guy (didn't actually get his name) called Little Tibet and had two of the best curries so far. I know we keep saying this but seriously they were! There doesn't seem to be much going on at night so we just went for a chai and had an early night. It rained really heavily all through the night. We hope it's bright and sunny again ...
It's 20.30 and I've just put mum and Louise on their train to the airport. Aside from the immense fun I had jumping off the moving train and then running alongside it I am now faced with acclimatising to being on my own again. It's easy to get comfortable with people, especially family but nevertheless I will be brave, adjust and relish the opportunities the next chapter offers me! Bangkok here I ...
Ah yes, where we left off, and a word about that midnight train from Pondicherry across the country to Trivandrum. We left our hotel at seven in the evening in a hired taxi who provided us with our first experience of travelling the highways of India by night. We were only on the road for an hour and a half, and we found the experience stimulating and exciting, because there was such a diversity of traffic and people on the road and roadside to watch - including solo ...