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... array of fish. Baracuda is delicious and the blue marlins were massive. There appears to be less Indian tourists here but a good selection of French, Italian and German accents add to the usual Israeli and Russian voices we hear everywhere in India. Ozzies, Kiwis, Americans and Canadians are also in abundance. We both think this place is more developed than Goa with a more modern feel. It is a chilled place to relax but I think there is ...
... re permitted to get kitted out in western beach attire and slow roast our flesh in between dips and *****ing about the heat rather than feeling entitled to wander around half naked as we please and getting all indignant when people stare.
Al, a Welsh guy in the dorm room and a talented, professional artist, had been down there a few times to paint them and had got chatting to the holy men who perform ...
... and faced out towards the sea. There were only about 16 sun loungers/beds and they were all full. The pool itself did not seen much bigger than our pool and there did not seem to be many waiters on hand to serve plus the bar in the pool looked empty, so we were quite pleased they were fully booked, saved ourselves £10 and trotted off back for a dip in our pool:)
Tomorrow we are headed for our final sightseeing stop in India, the Keralan capital, Trivandrum ...
... given to him by a friend that's 'as mad about spiritual healing' as he is. People practice yoga and mediate on the beach in the morning and evening and everyone is expected to undertake Seva (selfless service) so I end up cleaning out four of the dorm room. The beds are hard and very basic and the rooms have no luxuries. The food is pretty much the same basic rice and curry dish for breakfast lunch and dinner although there're shops where you ...
... swimming/diving to collect clams, saw nice houses on the water in the beginning they became smaller and smaller and more squalid towards the end of our journey. Lots of little kids waving at us. Saw woman making coconut husk rope and of course everyone was busy doing laundry on the water’s edge. Also the numbers of houseboats we saw were staggering – some really fancy ones with ...