Hotel Jasmine Palace
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... drink in a bottle.
Sleepy Fishing Villages
We pulled over and walked on one of the many secluded beaches strewn with simple wooden fishing boats. A group of fishermen were having a break in the shade waved at us. They asked us where we were from. They all had big smiles when we told them " USA". One of them inserted, "Bush" another corrected him and said ...
I arrived here on Saturday after travelling in unreserved sleeper class for a couple of hours... Being unreserved meant that the carriage was already packed, so I was so greatful when a big beardy guy offered for me to sit with his family, squishing them all up to accommodate me and my bag... Imagine my surprise when I discovered his family included the lovely Punjabi's I met in first class a few days before! We all had a lovely chat, and again, they force fed ...
When we finally got ourselves together to move on from our beach bubble Varkala we headed south to Kerala's busy capital. Trivandrum is a large bustling city with over 750.000 citizens. Names of all Indian major places have been changed over the years as a way of reclaiming a part of India’s cultural heritage back from the British Colonialist. A positive step for cultural identity but occasionally quite confusing as the new names are often either too similar to start using ...
... the perception he earned in the views of others. He only knew that he saw with those eyes, and, in that moment, he saw me, beaming a smile i couldn’t conceal, tears on my face, feeling as if I’d found a person I could learn from forever.
There was a slight pause, and then an ‘oh... oh! OH!’ Before I knew what was happening he threw his arms around me, locking me in an embrace I wasn’t prepared for. This only brought out ...
... price. It had gorgeous teak carvings and also stone pillars. I am glad that we stopped along the way and had the chance to visit. We then continued our drive(it was only another 30km) south for another two hours until we reached Kanyakumari and then began the fun of finding somewhere to stay.
Being in the taxi allowed us to be able to enjoy the scenery(although we were still stared at) without constant scrutiny from passengers on the bus or being so squashed you ...