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... The food again was ok, but that chef really did big himself up. There certainly wasn't anything to complain about for a fiver. Tartlets, salad, soup, pasta, pudding. We did bring the pudding back as we were full!
On returning to the room a thunderstorm set in with power cut. We enjoyed watching the lightning across the lake. Once the power returned we played a few more rounds of cards. Tomorrow would be the 2nd round of the badminton ...
... waterways from Kollam to Alleppey where we stayed the night and met a lovely young American guy from New York whose travelling for a while.
We said goodbye to another UK friend, David, who we had met at Varkala and Kollam and who was on the boat trip as well.
... an elegant look for anyone who ois overweight. Getting out of the hammock came with its own set of indignities too. From a crouching position that was the only way to start the exiting manouvre, my feet slipped on the pebbly ground and I couldnt get purchase with my feet and I looked up to see the manager notice my predicament and start to move towards me to help...this was all I needed to scramble to a more dignified and upright position...
We were at the northern end ...
... people weren't doing their business in the streets! We went to one of the fancy hotels beside the lake for a drink - the rooftop bar gave a view of the lake and of James Bond hotels - we could see the incredible floating hotels with mountains surrounding the lake in the background. We checked out the grand palace, which was ok but not as well kept as others we have seen, and a small temple. This was a great relaxing stop! On to Ahmedabad to catch a flight to ...
... t think they have speed limits here but most transport goes slow anyway: Tuk tuk, scooter, push bike, cart, truck, cow. Marks just asked the Tuktuk driver whether he wants to stop for a chai and he's corrected mark by saying 'in England its called tea' oh this amused me. We've arrived in Varkala & are convinced this place is cursed. It's a touristy area with the typical shops & restaurants along the seafront on a cliff with a nice white Beach below however we ...