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TravelPod Member ReviewsDreams Beach Resort Varkala
Nice hotel friendly staff about 5 min walk to clifftop and restaurants
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... Our guide took us for a banana leaf lunch where we ate local food from a banana leaf. The seafood is good here. I recommend the prawn masala and tandoori prawns - they're great! :) Hotel update - I'm back to no hot water, no air con and cockroaches...I should've stayed with ...
... were some of the cutest, most caring and wonderful kids I've ever met. It would be an understatement to say that there were a few tears when we had to leave. We sure hope we get the chance to come back some day.
After our 3 weeks at the orphanage we spent another night at our friends Matthew and Susie's places that was just half an hour away. It was nice to see 2 familiar faces after such eventful weeks. After a delicious lunch (as always there) the next day we took the ...
Louise, mum and I sat down to eat our last dinner together at Clafouti which we knew had kick **** seafood and had it on good authority that their curry was just as good. We set about selecting what I would consider a moderately greedy order. The waiter seemed a little tense as our requests kept coming. On completion he raised his eyebrows and chuckled before tootling off! 15 ...
... families of four on motor scooters; bicycles with no headlights; and numerous tuk-tuks competing for road space on a two lane highway with countless buses and very large trucks. Having said that, there is little question that night road travel in India is not for the faint of heart, and choosing this mode of travel regularly raises questions about one's suicidal tendencies. Which begs me to question why anyone would ever choose this country to motorbike across if you ...
... called Embracing the World.
Nick and I stop by the seva office to check our options. Just before walking in, we sarcastically agree that we're going to end up doing the very thing we've been avoiding, compost duty. We tell the guy in charge that we're looking for a task that's physically demanding. "Can we help the construction crew working on the new buildings?" Nope, that option wasn't going to fly, and there wasn't anything else on the list that was physically demanding, ...