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After settling into our guesthouse we had heard there was a great canoe trip around Ashamundi lake and Munroe island through the tourist office. After several people claimed to be from the office we managed to find the right one and booked the 4 hour trip for the following morning. Next was a walk to the station for Willem to book a train before heading to the beach. It was a nice one with the biggest waves I'd seen so far. We sat ...
... and repeating it again and again and again. I felt like I was getting whiplash, and then him trying to pass another car - WHEN HE SHOUDN'T HAVE!!! And driving in the middle of the road, crossing the solid white line while going around blind corners! I was starting to get unnerved. I tried to close my eyes and ignore it, but that just made me more nervous. Yes, I know driving in India is not like Europe or that states. I have been driving with Kamal and Prekush, ...
... will be interesting to see how long this survives before a dedicate drier is introduced to the market to cater to the faster lives of Indians.
I found that the Auto drivers in any place are bound to give you good ideas about the city. I usually make it a habit to consult a couple of them to verify the ...
Sat 26th January 'Australia Day' Varkala - pop 43,000 situated along the edge of cliffs with a fantastic vista of the sparkling blue/green Arabian Sea. We are staying at a 2/3 star hotel with a pool approx 200m back from the cliffs. This beach at Varkala has treacherous currents and rips and is one of the most dangerous beaches in Kerala but it still doesn't stop the tourists from ...
... yoga practice, free time, lunch (watermelon and a coconut), more free time. So now I'm sitting on the tile floor of the balcony that wraps around each floor of the 4/5 story ashram, joined by two others that also needed the wifi that works near the stairwell. The air still smells a little of smoke, but the sky is a pale blue and all I can hear are birds and singing echoing from another ashram-- none of ...