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... it feel overcrowded. We enjoyed sitting in an open air restaurant, with a beer, watching the variety of people this place attracts, walking the beach, and of course, the food. Fern has talked to a few of the local tourists and I have begun to enjoy bartering for 'junk' that I have no intention of buying! It drives the touts crazy, but it makes my day! Our stay here will be two days, and then further south!
... them anything, I just listened and left them to it and their problems
(some may thinki I am wrong, but I dont think anyone would help me out, especially if they dont know me and just met me)
Why aren’t they eating street food and WHY are they on a budget in India? I guess if they had nothing left in the ‘budget’ they wouldn’t eat, these people do make me laugh, they travel, but can’t afford it, India must be the cheapest ...
... than objecting to this new "religion" as competition. It would seem that it is similar with Jesus in many cases for the families of students who come to St. Josephs.
Christianity has a long history in Kerala, with roots that date back to a time when many places in Europe where still being assimilated into “Christendom”. Strangely enough the original Christians in Kerala and subsequently India came from Syria. Refugees of persecution by ...
... go to a hotel for dinner which was very plush compared to what we had been used to. We had cocktails and wine and pigged out on the all you can eat buffet (we just couldn't stop eating) it was quite expensive but worth every penny. We went up over 8 times and came back with full plates and left feeling slightly sick. The next day was very much the same apart from it was quite a stormy but we found a private beach which only had 2 other people on it ...
... less ;-)).
After a short and rather bumpy flight we arrived quite late at night and had to put up with a very simple 'hotel' as several places which we checked were full. The next morning we awoke early to the sounds and smells of small-town India and jumped on the next bus heading north to the beach town of Varkala. Here we spent a couple of days relaxing on the beach and enjoying that true holiday feeling - sure you understand what we mean ;-)).