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- Swimming pool
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We played truant from school today and spent the morning at another of Mr. Wilson's organizations. He runs a women empowerment program for Indian women where they hand-paint greeting cards. He sees it as an opportunity for them to make a little coin and feel important about their place in the community. These cards are shipped to Australia and sold at all Ishka stores (there's one at Northland.) Around 10 women ...
... together with Firoz and Margarita, a Spanish girl that also stayed at the Ashram.
When Firoz checked out from the Ashram we decided to leave as well to get closer to the ocean. We checked in to a little place in Kovalum right next to the beach and we could see the water from our window . What a great place this is, for sure a little bit of paradise! Every morning the fishermen pull up their nets from the ocean, so you can ...
We got another cheap taxi with Rory and Vic that took around 1hour to Kovalam's, lighthouse beach. We set off on a mission to find a cheap hotel with a pool, as we were all longing for a non salty swim. We walked the whole length of the beach checking in every place to see if they had a pool. With not much luck we came across - Jeevans - but at 1200rs a night it was much more then we wanted to pay, so we carried ...
... and cold drinks sold by the train people very regularly which is dirt cheap at 7 rupees a cup. The tea here is always sweet and milky so we've got used to it like that now. Then there are snack foods like samosas and savory doughnut type things with a dipping sauce amongst other things I can't remember the name of (generally all deep fried). Then there is the station food. The stalls at the station put together a tray of food and try and sell it to you at the window as the train ...
... to Deesha (our hostess) and her delightful family. We got into a taxi and headed towards the Alleppey boat jetty. We bought our tix for boat trip to Kollam 300 Rupees each. Had around 1 hour before we left, so we chose our seats up on top for good sightseeing and bought a few snacks (i.e., ice cream – Mom has a nack for finding ice cream places in India and other countries as well). ...