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Kanyakumari is the tip of India where the Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean meet so its not a place to stay for more than a night or two. We had to stay for three and the rooms were clean, the sea veiw room was lovely. Street view had a balcony. What makes this hotel nice is the staff. From check in to room service. The food in the restaurant is very good. We ate there several time and breakfast is also really good. Centrally located and very accommadating. If you are going to stay there you might as well have the seaview if its available.
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Back to train travel for the 5 hour journey to Kanyakumari. We had some fun trying to get the ticket at the reservation place in Madurai - enlisting help from the affable Chief Reservation Officer - nothing available on Sunday for the early Wednesday train we wanted ... come back Monday at 0900 when certain allocations are freed up ... arrive …
... visited the water well that we have paid for along with the support from our family and friends. If ever I feel I'm working hard in the garden again, I will think of the Indian man five meters down at the bottom of the well, sweet beading all over him, chipping away at the granite like rock until he reached water. Another five meters and hopefully we'll hear Eureka! The family were extremely grateful for our contribution. We were even introduced to their pet turtle. And ...
... rejection? How responsible am I for the way my actions summon emotions in others?
Still, I put my thoughts to the side and tried to remember where I was. No time to dwell; this wasn’t the place to feel taken out of the moment. Letting things go as well as I could I spotted a Hindu temple. Turning from the stairs to see the memorial one last time, there he was, the Tsunami Watchman, throwing his hand up in an exaggerated wave as soon as our ...
... to mud or thatched buildings. On building sites it is the women we see working the hardest, hauling the bricks, digging and carrying items on their heads all the while dressed in saris.
Our purpose in coming to Kanyakumari which is on the southern tip in India was to visit the temple here and also watch the sunrise and sunset over the Arabian, Indian and Bay of Bengal as it is where these three oceans meet. However the weather was not in our favour and it was rather ...
... line for India. It was such an eye-opening experience to be able to visit people who would undoubtedly fall into this category and see how they were seemingly happy, and accept their lot and get on with it. They were still so hospitable to us regardless of the constraints in which they are forcibly confined to, and were happy to offer us chairs, and shares of the little food and drink that they had. The resilience of the people we met was just incredible. I find ...