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... be cooking for dinner tonight, so it was how he would cook them, it was to be curried mussels and rice and he went off to give em a wash and rinse and a boil
I needed a shower, I was hot and sticky, I didn’t get my shower, I used a big bucket and just up ended that over me, twice, after that it was off watching Satheesh prepare dinner, they have these little kerosene burners here, they are really good, cook fast, cheap to run and pretty soon the pot was ...
... cooking class that we had booked ended up getting cancelled due to the chef ending up in hospital - these things can’t be helped! But it was the funniest thing - we were having a wander after we’d been turned away from our class, trying to decide what to do - we were starving as we’d saved our appetites for the class - when we heard someone call our names - we looked up and it turned out that it was Tom and Annemarie, sitting at the table right next to Vicky ...
... one is no different. There are a lot of school children - of all ages – visiting. Mr. Prakash (I’ll call him that) says it is their vacation time. I enjoy them immensely. They stare at me like I am some creature from out of space – possibly because I have a big hat on, possibly because I am a foreigner. There are not many here, foreigners that is. Only a handful. The school kids all have uniforms, of different styles ...
... away. Two English girls had the same idea as us, so all four of us huddled under this umbrella together, whilst the monsoon storm showed no sign of retreating. After about 2 minutes, two Indian men appeared and started to demand money from us for standing under the umbrella (bloody cheek!!). We refused to pay and so made a dash for our hostel, getting totally drenched on the way. Our first attempt at a relaxing day on the beach had been an epic fail.
We spent the next ...
We needed to move south, closer to the airport at Trivandrum for our trip to Mumbai. So we picked Kovalam which is only 30 minutes away via taxi.
Kovalam was one of the early European beach get-aways starting in the 1930's, but became a hot spot during the late1960-1970's as a ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed