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Travel Blogs from Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
... inspect the railway station so that Dan could do some trainspotting.
Back at the hotel we got some lunch over the road. The ordering of food was slightly tricky as we were served by on the most coy waiters I've come across; casually dropping past when he pleased, and walking off before everyone had finished their orders.
We then met up with others, and 6 of us headed to the beach on tuk-tuks.
For a couple of hours ...
... to us. We were then let loose on the road, hooting away at bewildered pedestrians- probably having a heart attack at the sight of white chick driving a tuktuk! Our day was ended with a visit to the Chinese fishing nets, a legacy of traders from 1400AD and still used today. Here we sat and watched the sunset. Two short and sweet bus rides from Kochi and we arrived to the next stop on our tour of the south, Alleppey, known as the "hub of Kerela's backwaters" and it lived up ...
... local - together with Sri Lanka one of the friendliest countries out there
But, India does not love a :
- Moment of silence
- Russian tourist (disliked by many a guesthouse owner)
- Clean toilet
- Unstinky drain in a bathroom
So thanks India and so long - we loved your people, we loved the sights and we had a damn good ...
... that I took his recommendation seriously. This area sports high cliffs above the ocean. The beach goes on forever and it has the most erratic waves I have ever been in. You get tossed around like a piece of fruit in a bad blender!
Above the cliffs are many many shops and restaurants. It is the slow season here so the shop openers are pretty keen for any business. It does make for good ...
... about the gods and worshipers. Getting my photo taken with worshipers became a given, smiling with families as they frown into the camera. The small children shyly hiding behind there patents as we waved, and played peekaboo with them eventually managing a sly smile. The temple was stunning and a great insight into being a Hindu. The afternoon buzzed by as we visited flower markets, and the Gandhi museum all by TukTuk of course. Finding a shop that had kiwi treats was ...