Hotel Sea Rock
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Maya and I spent the day swimming, chatting and having underwater tea parties. There were a few complaints at the beginning of the day but then a cute boy (age 14) showed up and all of a sudden everything was peachy. No contact between N1 and the 14 y/o, but I think his mere presence was enough to keep her happy. The very small crowd at the pool included a few Brits, transplanted Indian Brits and a few locals on ...
... to town in the heat only to find the cash machine empty and the post office closed. Also, our sd memory card corrupting, which ate up half a day trying to recover photos (which we managed to do for free!).
So, we left Varkala not feeling as de-stressed or not as tanned as we would have liked, but we had to start making our way 1000 miles north to Mumbai for our flight to Bangkok. First stop was Fort Cochin.
Stacey and Ben x
... my question is replied to with the Indian head wobble, I do my own rendition in return, and ask someone else, ha!
3) Indian coffee is amazing! Due to Mum and Brother, my house is full of about 5 different types of tea pots, 20 types of tea, and even more types of coffee, but I have never really dabbled in the hot drink craze. However, yesterday the girls and I took a trip in to the city, looking for fresh cooked samosas and 'The Indian Coffee ...
Finished White Tiger and restarted The Big Short before getting a bit bored and buying Gandhi's autobiography for £1.50. This day was just full of reading but we had time for a quick face mask before dinner. We bumped into Rosa in our usual Sunrise restaurant and she was joined by an English guy called Steve who was about the same age. We all tore up a fish polichatu in a banana leaf and several beers. Steve was joined by his Indian mate ...
... uncomfortable to witness. Looking around we saw no reaction from any locals and decided it was best not to get involved as we could end up in more trouble than she was in. It shocked us though and we felt bad for her, she went away wailing and probably cursing him and never even got the biscuits! In total we waited 8 hours between trains which felt like longer despite our trip into Margao, due to the early start, heat and humidity. We have never been so grateful for air ...