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- Free parking
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... d come straight here from London then you'd think you could buy the whole ******* place with a flick of your Platinum Amex, but arriving from anywhere else in India you find yourself scanning the menu for the cheapest item before trying to find someone who wants to go halves on a bowl of plain rice with you.
... a lot of touts selling their trinkets and random items. The beach is also exposed to the Laccadive sea so waves and rips are present, making it feel more like home. For those that have been, I would compare it to Broome beach, especially at sunset. A couple of juices and a good espresso later, we people watched as the beach came alive for sunset, with foreigners that is. From meditating to yoga to juggling and all the hippie things that ...
... Kerala. Again it was raining but steamy. The bus trip in was great instead of a rust bucket bus we had a bus like a public one from home with air-conditioning and nice seats. Why can't they all be like this? We headed to explore the Shri Padmanabhaswamy Temple which is the spiritual heart in Trivandrum for Hindus. Unfortunately we are not allowed in but can only view the 30m, 7 tier gopuram (gateway tower) from outside. It was pretty spectacular and Wade got his binoculars ...
Yesterday I went out and bought some new sandals, they got this shop called boot and boots, they don't actually sell boots though, just flip flops, sandals and trainers (and they look like copies)
But they got a decent selection of sandals, so after trying on several dozen pairs that bloke kept on recommending to me, I settled on the first pair I picked out, he wanted to sell me all these fancy things that had clips, straps and all these add on's, but I just went with ...
... on a wooden frame that resembles a giant catapult. The nets are lowered into the water near the entrance of the port and left there until they are pulled back up again – we never saw anything big being caught in them, but they must be useful or there wouldn’t have been so many of them!
The main reason we went to Kerela was to do a boat trip on an old rice boat along the backwaters. To do this, we had to make the short trip to a place ...