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... The wifi signal did not reach our room. Our small fan room was pretty stuffy. The fan on full blast merely circulated the hot and stifling air. We tried it with the window open too. The lack of storage space resulted in our lovely four poster-bed turning into a Chinese laundry. In spite of the fact that the house has lovely decorative touches, nowhere was there reprieve of the heat. I am of course comparing it ...
... being a very large country, India is actually a very small place. Once again we bumped into people we have met earlier on the trip. Maybe we should have followed them to the Psy-Trance party but it was Psy-Trance so we gave it a miss. I think we will look back at Varkala with fond memories of a wonderful location with a comfortable cosmopolitan feel. We could have stayed much longer but we are now into our final month in India and there is much more to ...
Monday 22nd December Set off to supposedly see, ride, wash and feed some elephants. A tour organised by the hotel. It was awful. The elephants were basically Indian working elephants, not renown for being well looked after. The short ride on one elephant's back was pretty scary. Just us and a rug on a male elephant that was blind in one eye but seemed very unhappy about other male elephants in the area. A young male elephant just rocked at its tethering point ...
Rest seemed to be paying off, slowly but surely. Kate woke up feeling better today but still tired and headachey. With this in mind I organised a taxi to take us the 60km stretch north up to Varkala. Some slow packing and a delicious coconut mince breakfast later, we said our farewells to Charles and hit the crazy Indian roads. Turns out bus drivers here feel the same way as in Sri Lanka, move or be squashed. Of course it all works ...
... houseboat to be ready we chatted to the local kids, their English was phenomenal and they were so cute! Houseboat was an amazing experience, it was punted which meant that we could get down the narrow canals as well as the large ones. We had our own chef and ate amazing food (more curry) and fresh fish. Stopped off at a beach that seemed to go on forever and had a swim. The whole experience was very relaxing and showed the beauty of ...