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... through with the water reaching my shins. At the office we were told there was no top to the canoe and we would basically have to suck it up and deal with it. Luckily on the drive to Munroe island the rain eased and by the time we were on the canoe holding an umbrella was sufficient. After half an hour it stopped, the sun came out and we started to dry off. The trip was really good we passed prawn farms, coconut trees, rolls of ...
We had initially planned Trivandrum to be the final destination on our trip before we head back home to Aluva. We had briefly considered going to Rameshwaram before Trivandrum, but we found that connections to other places from Rameshwaram where limited. So we decided to go
directly from Madurai to Trivandrum or Kollam.
After the overnight train journey from Madurai, I was very happy ...
... to her getting lots of names, including Seema! The bar we found was awesome! It was the rock and roll cafe and they had loads of games and a totally chilled out vibe. We started playing cards and ended up roping in a couple of the guys in the bar to play, several hours later and a good few cards games exchanged we were having a whale of a time, who needs the sun eh? The guys from the bar Sonu and Hianus were so funny, they were trying to guess what ...
... situated on top of a cliff overlooking some pretty beaches and the wide ocean. There are loads of nice, simple lodges catering mostly to backpackers and the beach front restaurants serve fantastic Indian cuisine, delicious fruit juices or shakes and super fresh seafood, which we almost couldn't get enough off. Honestly, Indian food is just the BEST there is!
Early mornings we were able to watch the local fishermen as they returned from their fishing trips. They ...
... may have been useful like her Uncle Umby who lived there...who had no legs! Anyway he ended up driving us to the local politician who after a 20 min chat seemed to think there was a family nearby that could fit the bill. So off we went driving through villages with the driver asking all sorts of random people where this place was! So 2 hours later after going in circles it seems we say to Sreejith, who was not going to give up, to ask one more person ...