Hotel Parvathi Residency
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... one.) All this time I have spent in India I have felt the pull of my intuition, a desire from within returning me closer and closer to the core. It is a hard thing to put into words, and I can only imagine how it sounds to someone who isn’t currently invested in such an endeavor. I pray the reader will bear with me. I believe they will. I have been fortunate to be surrounded by loving and understanding people.
Barefoot and bare-chested I ducked ...
Kanyakumuri is a town on the southern tip of India and is a very holy place for Hindu Pilgrims to visit. The town is famous because it is where three oceans meet (the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea ad Bay of Bengal). It is also one of the only places in the World where you can watch the sun and the moon rise from the same ...
... I've a date with a yoga instructor. The next sunset I'm hoping to see therefore will be from the lovely cliff with a cold kingfisher in my hand. The major part of my challenge is now over -I 'just' need to ride back. Please can I ask that you don't forget my reasons for doing this - any donations will be gratefully received. If you do donate you're entitled to say to me as/when/if I return - "Cheggers ...
... our way up the East side of Tamil Nadu.
I was due to arrive at 18.39 which is about when the light starts to fade and I was getting slightly anxious as it was becoming quite dark when we drew into Valioor, I couldn't see the name of the station but the people around said I was in the right place, I got out and jumped into a huge red muddy puddle with my big bag. It was pitch black, no lights anywhere, some ...
... of the dying swell and headed back North.
On our way out of town, with Kanyakumari well behind us, the hotel called Jay's mobile to inform us that someone had left his money and passports behind. That incredibly embarrassed yet grateful person was me. The housekeeper who found the cash could have fed his family for months with it, and he returned every rupee.