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Trivandrum was the reason for coming to India.
It is the home town of Ami, and the location of her wedding. For the remainder of the trip, the search for a Decent Profile Pic would be undertaken from Kerala's state capital, which served up many opportunities owing to it's city culture, beaches, but most importantly the wonderful time I spent with university friends celebrating the marriage of Ami and Pranav.
... could mean anything from ten minutes to an hour, sometimes more! It seemed to us that no one was ever in a rush to get anywhere, ever! The cultural differences within India were really interesting to witness, and you can clearly see the outside influence in some areas. In the northern mountains there is a strong Tibetan influence, while in the south the Christian influence bought over by the Portuguese and other Europeans is clearly visible in the ...
... for the price the place was, and the cheek that they added tax on after the shown price. We made our thoughts known to the very unfriendly, guy at reception, the only response we got was a head wobble. I'm still not sure what that means exactly, but when we retuned later the other bed had been made up and there were two fresh towels. Trivandrum is the capital of this state, Kerala. Fun fact, Kerala is the only place where Comunisim was diplomatically voted in! ...
... my way to the coastal town called Varkala. All the local people in Kerala are really awesome and definitely a big difference between north and South India, have loved south India the food is awesome and it's a lot more chilled, probably less to see than the north in terms of buildings history etc but weather has been great and a good way to end India. On my way to Varkala in the South for a few days on the ...
... furniture and her small staff and network of friends couldn't be more helpful and gracious. After our early morning arrival and most welcomed shower she offered to take us on her morning walkabout to orient us to the area. A very pleasant walk to the "Old India" beach area and then on to the newer "tourist" or "clifftop" area filled with guesthouses, hotels, restaurants and shops. Both very interesting areas. Debra introduced us to several shopkeepers ...