Hotel Sea Face
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... a mixed salad followed by apple crumble, now that was delicious! I also had my first red skinned banana in Kovalam and it was really tasty.Just like a normal banana but thicker and firmer. I was on top form when I asked a waitor in one cafe if the ice was made with water!
We decided that we prefer Varkala to Kovalam so after 3 nights here we are headed back up to Varkala to spend our first Valentines day as husband and wife relaxing round a pool somewhere ! ...
... disguise. Look and talk like an angel but then turn and before you can say 'I'd rather not' you're in a chair and the drills whirring. I even had to pay for this experience! Still, my teeth are cleaned and hopefully that'll do until the next time I have to visit the dentist. Still it was much less discomfort than 'Doctor 15 minutes no pain'. So, it's now Thursday evening, I've just consumed a ...
... hotels/tourists, mainly Europeans (the Indians all had eyes like organ stops, I guess they don’t see much topless sunbathers, even though there are signs asking you not too)
I didn’t bother snapping them, just didn’t seem right to me,(but I did find a huge concrete figure, naked near the beach, it was supposed to be surrounded by water, instead it was rubbish she bathed in, a bit of a shame, they could have made an effort and cleaned it out)
... and a very early taxi ride. :-(
Back after dinner. It was average. The waiter seemed determined to not give me a proper cup of tea. The first one was close, but with a whole cup of sweetened milk, despite my clear instructions. The second one was back to front, almost like a tea latte, nearly all milk with a bit of tea at the top. I gave up. They also brought Steve chicken biriyani when he asked for veg. They didn't get a tip.
... especially as we join the rat-race back in Wellington again.
Despite all the poverty and filth, the ugliest thing I saw was a tourist laying into one of the hawkers in Kovalam. The tourist man was big and fat and loud.
“Read my lips,” He leered, “N. O.”
The poor guy trying to sell blankets cowering below him. He was probably just trying his hardest to earn enough money to feed his family. Yes, sometimes ...