Hotel Sea Rock
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... it feel overcrowded. We enjoyed sitting in an open air restaurant, with a beer, watching the variety of people this place attracts, walking the beach, and of course, the food. Fern has talked to a few of the local tourists and I have begun to enjoy bartering for 'junk' that I have no intention of buying! It drives the touts crazy, but it makes my day! Our stay here will be two days, and then further south!
Wow. We were SO PLEASED we had headed straight to Varkala. We went to see the beach first thing in the morning and it looked incredible. The sun was coming up over the golden sand and the mirror-like sea, the sky was clear blue and all the nice little cliff-top cafes were setting up for the day.
We soon discovered our favourite cafe overlooking the coast which served the best breakfasts. We chilled on the beach for the first few days and ...
... massive country in the night.
My first encounter the next morning was with a lovely Indian woman on the train who welcomed me to India and shared a well known expression in Hindi that translates to " In India, tourists are our Gods." Upon returning to our four person berth, I shared this story with Stan and our two Indian train travel companions. They both acknowledged this well known expression, and for the duration of the trip provided us with food, ...
... began to rain in the thick globular way that tropical skies rain. The thunder was thunderous. It boomed and crashed over the coconut trees, the whole area seemed to tremble with each enormous drum-roll. We were pretty much holed up in our room that entire day but managed to briefly escape across the road to have a meal in a waterlogged cafe. I have to admit it was quite a novelty eating curry with our feet paddling in about a centimeter of water.
The weather ...
Next stop on the tour was Varkala, a cliff top village about 2hrs from Trivandrum. Finally a nice beach and some young backpacker types. It's a touristy place sure enough but at long last there is no beeping, people everywhere and traffic to bother us!! We found a nice place on tripadvisor and Saji the lovely lady of the house had a nice welcome for us. The place is spot on and exactly what we are looking for - a view of the sea and a hammock! Weather was a bit overcast ...