Hotel Sea View Palace
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... Sean stuck it through to the end but the other two collapsed in a heap around half way through. Its amazing how 20 minutes can seem so long. For the next couple of days I also had to train two of the other staff guys, Jobi who managed to get to round 3 of 4, and the next day Manu who actually requested pushups so that he could "beat me" but then cursed my name less than a minute later - I'm not even that good at pushups but his bravado gave me extra ...
... end of the 19th century, where the pyramid grave of Von Sohnsten rises high above other graves. He also quotes Mr Barendsen, the former honorary consul of the Netherlands in Calcutta. In the 1960s he made a lot of work of documenting the Dutch heritage in India. It is good to see that here and there his work is paying off.
Wind mills all over
The drive from Tuticorin shows us varied landscapes ...
... to his humble home to share a meal and meet his wife and children. We learned while we were there that we were the first Western / white people ever to have been invited to his home. It was an honor for us and a very humbling experience indeed.
I will leave the telling of the rest of the stories from Varkala Beach to the photos. Suffice it to say that Varkala has now replaced Sri Lanka's Mirissa Beach as my new best beach in the world. It's intense ...
... process in India!). Seriously, some of the nicest and most generous people I have ever met! We didn't do a whole lot while we were there, mostly just luxuriated in their hospitality. We went on a tour of a school for children with special needs. They took us out for a Keralan thali, which seemed to be similar to other thalis we have had, although it was served on banana leaves and had more things to eat. Quite tasty. And not everything was spicy! We went ...
... exciting, but for us it was nice to be able to gently explore a place and get to know a bit about the lifestyle of the locals. We almost began to feel like locals ourselves as everyone seemed to know us and we would walk to the beach everyday greeting everyone we passed by. However, we were still tourists so were subject to the occasional “ripping off” This was easy enough to avoid as there were many other honest and hardworking people around. We went to their ...